After the massive fire that occurred at a West Chester, Pennsylvania senior living facility on November 16, four victims remain unaccounted for, and may have sustained fatal injuries. Although first responders rescued over 130 residents from the fire, nearly 30 incurred a variety of personal injuries. On Monday, officials announced that a 92-year-old husband and his 89-year-old wife as well as an 85-year-old woman and a 93-year-old woman still have not been found. The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and other investigators were not able to access the accident site until Monday due to heavy winds on Sunday, and dangerously hot areas and structural issues since the fire began. The search for the missing victims will commence before the cause of the fire is determined.
If you or your loved ones sustained personal injuries due to a fire, call our Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers at Williams Cedar at 215-557-0099 or contact us online. We will protect your rights and obtain the compensation you deserve.