Goliad fire chief says cause of house fire undetermined
Dec. 3, 2011 at 6:03 a.m.
If you would like to donate clothes:
Olga Guerra, age 39, pants size 18, tops extra-large, shoes women 7.5
Bianca Guerra, age 14, pants size 14, tops large, shoes women 7.5
Blanca Guerra, age 13, pants size junior 6, tops medium, shoes girls 4
Brianna Guerra, age 10, pants size youth 10, tops, medium youth, shoes girl 2
Aldo Guerra Jr., age 9, pants size 8, tops 8 youth, shoes girls 2 shoe
Bevianna Guerra, age 6, pants and top size youth 5-6, shoes, girl 9
Mercedes Guerra, age 4, pants, toddler size 4-5, top size 5 youth, shoes 9 youth
Donald Riggs, age 23, pants size 34x32, top, extra-large top, shoes, 10
HOW TO HELP:
Call the Victoria County Chapter of the American Red Cross at 361-573-2671.
GOLIAD - How a fire began on Thursday evening that destroyed a trailer and left a family homeless remains undetermined, Fire Chief Alonzo Morales said Saturday.
Flames destroyed the home of Olga Guerra, 39, and her six children, ages 4 to 14, and her boyfriend Donald Riggs in the 200 block of West Henning Road.
No one was reported injured.
Morales said the home is destroyed and that the origin of the fire cannot be determined.
Linda May, emergency services specialist, said the American Red Cross Crossroads Chapter, will be accepting donations for the family.
Morales said 25 firefighters from several area agencies responded to the blaze, which was reported at 8:26 p.m., and remained on the scene for 3 1/2 hours.