LAS VEGAS, Nevada (March 30, 2013) – There may be deceased bodies present in the rubble of the Key Largo fire site from Thursday. Firefighters have employed cadaver dogs to the site, and there have been alerts made by the dogs that there might be dead bodies in the vicinity. However, Clark County fire officials are making it clear that sometimes cadaver dogs are wrong. Regardless, heavy equipment is being sent out to uncover possible bodies from the rubble where the dogs have picked up a trace scent. More information will be available as the investigation continues.
“Hopefully the dogs are wrong, especially considering this was an unused vacant building. Unfortunately squatting is a problem in many of Las Vegas’ empty buildings,” states West Seegmiller, founder of The Seegmiller Law Firm.
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