Lois Mae Davis of Hemet Identified As Vehicle Fire Victim

Big Bear, Ca, May 5, 2011, 8:00am – Lois Mae Davis, an 83 year old resident of Hemet has been identified as the victim of a vehicle fire that took place in the early morning hours of April 25th.  The vehicle fire was responded to by the Big Bear Sheriff’s Department, and the Fawnskin County Fire Station, and once the fire was extinguished they found a body which was later identified as Davis’s.   The Investigative Unit of the Sheriff’s Department is still looking into what caused the fire, but they have ruled out foul play at this time. Jodi Miller, Public Information Officer for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department told KBHR that they believe it was an accident, and that the morning the accident took place there was very low visibility on Highway 18.

Big Bear, Ca, May 5, 2011, 8:00am – Lois Mae Davis, an 83 year old resident of Hemet has been identified as the victim of a vehicle fire that took place in the early morning hours of April 25th.  The vehicle fire was responded to by the Big Bear Sheriff’s Department, and the Fawnskin County Fire Station, and once the fire was extinguished they found a body which was later identified as Davis’s.   The Investigative Unit of the Sheriff’s Department is still looking into what caused the fire, but they have ruled out foul play at this time. Jodi Miller, Public Information Officer for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department told KBHR that they believe it was an accident, and that the morning the accident took place there was very low visibility on Highway 18.

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