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      Sunday
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      Monday
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      Tuesday
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      One Warsaw fire victim identified

      UPDATE as of 7a.m. February 5, 2009 ------------------------------------

      One of the two men who died in a camper fire in Warsaw on Sunday has been identified.

      Hancock County coroner Kendall Beals identified 28-year-old Brian K. Brinkschroeder of Warsaw as one of the victims.

      The second man who died in the fire has not been identified.

      You'll remember an autopsy Monday confirmed both men died of smoke inhalation from the fire.

      The Warsaw Police are still conducting interviews trying to determine what led up to Sunday's blaze.

      ----------UPDATE----------------------------------------------------------------------

      The Hancock County Sheriff's department is still investigating the deaths of two people in connection with a fire on Sunday morning.

      Just after 1 a.m both the Warsaw police and fire departments were called to a camper fire at 312 Mulberry Street.

      Two bodies were found in the debris of the camper. An autopsy in Springfield revealed that both victims were men and that they died of smoke inhalation.

      Their names are not being released until they can be positively identified.

      Investigators are still trying to determine what started the fire.

      A vehicle and a building were searched Monday at the site of the fire.

      The police and the sheriff's department took evidence that may be some help in the investigation.

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      The Hancock County, Ill. Sheriff's department is investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found at a fire scene Sunday.

      Just after 1:00 a.m., both the Warsaw police and fire departments were called to a camper fire at 312 Mulberry Street.

      After the fire was out, investigators found a body in the debris.

      The state fire marshal was called in at that time.

      A second body was discovered later Sunday morning.

      The identities of the victims has not been released.

      Both bodies were sent to Memorial Hospital in Springfield for autopsy.

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