The sheriff’s bomb / arson unit continues to investigate a deadly fire in an unorganized area of San Marcos.
Deputies from San Marcos Sheriff’s Station responded to 2635 North Twin Oaks Valley Road on Saturday, June 26, at 1:00 p.m. Immediately after 30, firefighters set the building on fire. They found a house and several attaches.
The remains of two people were found after extinguishing the fire. One person was found in front of the toy car travel trailer, and another person was found inside the trailer. The Office of the Medical Examiner will determine the cause of their death, as well as the identification of the bodies awaiting notification to the family authorities.
No deputies, firefighters or animals were injured in the blaze.
While the investigation is still in its infancy, ամեն everything can change in the future, the Sheriff’s bomb / arson department does not believe it is a criminal offense. At this point, the fire seems accidental. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.
The sheriff’s bomb / fire department investigates fires that result in serious injury or death.
Contact: Sergeant Greg Hampton
Bomb / incendiary unit