Residents push for demolition of fatal blaze site

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The frame of a house that burned in Nineveh still stands as a blackened reminder of the fire that killed a mother and two small children nearly six months ago.

Investigations of the fire, including by insurance companies, have prevented demolition of the building, but a work crew should begin dismantling the house by the end of the month or early next month, owner Ken McKee said.

An investigation wrapped up during the first week of April, so now the building can come down, he said. He does not plan to rebuild.

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