• January 17, 2017

Donna Lou Rollins Dies in Midway, AR, House Fire Accident

Midway, AR -- January 15, 2017, Donna Lou Rollins was found dead due to an accident in which her home caught fire and killed her.

Emergency crews from the Baxter County Fire Department responded to the accident scene in the late hours of Sunday. The residence is located just north of town.

According to authorities, emergency services was called to the house fire, and they began to put out the blaze. Upon doing so, they located the body of 56-year-old Rollins. They pronounced her dead at the scene.

At this time, county authorities have not confirmed the exact cause of death. They also have yet to determine what caused the fire to occur. No one else was injured in the incident.

Investigations are ongoing. No further information is currently available.

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It's always pertinent that investigators do their best to determine what caused the fire. On occassion, it turns out that a fire was caused by some sort of pre-existing issue that was either unknown or went unaddressed. Fires have been caused by space heaters, faulty electrical wiring, dryer fires, exploding electronics--all sorts of things. Whenever some sort of product defect is the culprit, it is necessary to collect this evidence and confront those responsible for the issue. Not only is it important to hold them accountable for the victims of the fire, the issue must be rectified to prevent the harm of others. Without a thorough investigation, issues such as these go unnoticed, and more people can find themselves being harmed.

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