Skyler McCawley, 13, leaves a memento at 1205 N.J., where a house fire claimed the life of his friend Nolan Vender, a Central Junior High School student, and four others. The deadly fire was Sunday morning, and a cause has not been determined.
ATF agents and Mark Thomas, far right, of the Lawrence Fire Department, investigate on Monday the scene of the deadly house fire.
Agents with the bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives look over the front of the house at 1205 N.J. that burned early Sunday morning. A cause of the fire had not been determined by Monday night.
A small teddy bear with sits in front the Glover home at 1205 New Jersey late Monday afternoon.
Gaia Morgan,11, left, her brother Logan Morgan,6, their mother Shawn Morgan and Aerial Berry,11,right, look at the remains of the 1205 New Jersey house Monday evening. "I wanted to bring him flowers because he was one of the nicest boys in the school," said Gaia Morgan, a classmate of the 6th grade boy who died in the house fire early Sunday morning. Friends and family have started bringing stuff animals and flowers to remember the victims from the house fire.
After Monday's press conference at the scence of the fatal house fire that claimed five family members, relatives Charles Glover Jr., left, watches while TiCondra Glover, neice, and Diana Glover walk away afterwards.
Lawrence Fire Chief Mark Bradford speaks to the media and others at a press conference Monday afternoon. City officals were on hand as Bradford reported the final three children had been found.
Diana Glover and TiCondra Glover console one another while Fire Chief Mark Bradford spoke at Monday's press conference.