Sunday, July 3, 2011

6 Killed as Fire Ravages New Ulm MN Bed & Breakfast

High heat halts rescues at 112-year-old building

6 Killed as Fire Ravages New Ulm MN Bed & Breakfast

Updated: Sunday, 03 Jul 2011, 1:01 PM CDT
by Ted Haller / FOX 9 News
NEW ULM, Minn. - An explosive fire ripped through a historic New Ulm bed and breakfast house, killing six people in the town's deadliest fire in decades.
The fire destroyed the Bohemian Bed & Breakfast house around 1:45 a.m. early Saturday morning.
Family and friends say the owner, Bobbi McCrea, and her two daughters, Abby and Savannah, were among the dead.
Paul Macho, the New Ulm Fire Chief, says the fire killed four adults, a teenager and a child. Four people survived the fire, and two of the survivors remain hospitalized at the Hennepin County Medical Center.

Read more: 6 Killed as Fire Ravages New Ulm Bed & Breakfast

See Bobbi's B&B blog here

Our hearts and our prayers go out to the innkeeping family who lost their lives in this tragedy, and to their guests. Innteractive Inns

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