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2 Found Dead in a Lake Wynonah Burning House
A house fire in this exclusive neighbourhood left two individuals dead early on Wednesday morning. A man and a woman died at 1027 Indian Drive, in Wayne Twp., according to Schuylkill County Coroner Dr David J. Moylan III. Still, he could not provide further information on their causes of passing.
He named them Renee Bentley, 52, and Michael Dellock, 54. According to Moylan, Dellock, who resided at the house, she had a girlfriend. There was no mention of her hometown at the Simon Kramer Cancer Institute in New Philadelphia, which also serves as the location of the coroner’s office; a computer tomography scan was planned for Thursday, according to the coroner.
Additionally, according to Moylan, the state police have asked for forensic autopsies to be conducted later by Dr Wayne Ross at the Dauphin County Forensic Center in Harrisburg. In a press release, the state police stated, “During suppression, two victims were found deceased in the fire.”
According to that statement, the fire marshal unit and Troop L Major Case Team are “investigating the fire and details that led to the death of the victims.” At noon on Wednesday, Trooper David Beohm stated, “It’s still under investigation.
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According to a Schuylkill County Communications Center supervisor, the incident was first reported at 5:35 a.m. as smoke coming from the roof. A deputy coroner was required at 6:42 in the morning. Deputy coroners Andrew Szczyglak and Albert T. Barnes responded, according to Moylan, and Barnes declared the two dead.
Responding fire departments included those from Summit Station, Schuylkill Haven, Friedensburg, Pine Grove, and Mount Aetna. On Indian Drive, but some distance from 1027, Dennis Moyer, 64, was riding his motorbike close to the accident scene Wednesday evening while other cars slowly drove by.
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Moyer read news reports about the fire and the two bodies found. That’s unfortunate, he remarked. The two-story house with a two-car garage attached was still standing, but there was apparent damage to the roof at one end of the building.
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