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It took firefighters over six hours to knock down the flames, which demolished the house, and to put out hot spots. The heat made their work slower and required more frequent rest breaks, so help was received from a number of surrounding departments. Hamby says it's not for sure what caused the blaze, but there had been a horse trailer plugged into an exterior outlet in the vicinity where the fire started. The circuit had blown the previous night, and when they reset it, the Poarches had no further problems with the breaker tripping. Due to the extensive damage, it may not be possible to conclusively determine the cause of the fire.
The Page Program is a hands-on academic program for high school students from congressional districts across the country. Robertson is one of 63 pages to serve in the House during the 2008 spring semester. House pages attend daily classes for high school credit. After a morning of class, pages work in the Capitol each day carrying out a variety of duties such as delivering correspondence within the congressional complex, answering phones in the House Cloakrooms, and preparing the House Floor for sessions.
Foxx's comments came during her regular appearance on 3WC's Focus on the Foothills program. We'll have further comments from Representative Foxx in upcoming 3WC Newscasts.
Shumate was found in the upstairs hallway of the home with a single gunshot wound, which a deputy describes as through-and-through. There was a blood trail from where he was laying to a game room where the rifle was located. According to the report, there was a sword on the floor and a single round embedded in the wall - the casing was across the room from that embedded round, on the floor. Cabe says the circumstances of the shooting remain under investigation.