|Fire victims likely died from smoke inhalation|
|Thursday, 29 November 2012 13:07|
Meanwhile, the recovery continues for the other families displaced by the blaze.
The Black Hills Chapter of the American Red Cross says they're continuing to financially help the families involved and trying to link them up with mental health counselors if they need them. They say they are also working with housing advocates. That aid stream will then transition over to groups like the Salvation Army.
Maj. Jim Beardsley says, "We're ready to go, but we have been contacted by the initial family and we have extended a stay. We know it's going to take a little longer that what everyone else can provide for them where they're staying right now. So we've extended that five days and will extend it beyond that if they're going to need."
There has also been a memorial fund set up for the family who lost four members in the fire. That fund is the Rock Family Memorial Fund at Security First Bank.