the third anniversary of her son's tragic death approaches on February 26, Dana
Richardson says life without her baby boy isn't any easier than it was the day
she learned what happened.
harder now because the numbness has worn off," said Richardson.
Dubard Jr. died shortly before his second birthday. He was the only one who
didn't survive the home day care fire on Millbranch Road. Three other children
were seriously hurt.
still don't know what happened from the sources I have or what caused the fire,"
could it be--- Richardson's questions are on the verge of being answered now
that the GBI is conducting its own probe into the Columbus Fire and EMS
Department. Sources say they (investigators) want to know more about the fire--
why you ask? It's still a mystery even for Richardson.
was shocked; I know what I've been praying and asking god to do in this
says she was told cause of the fire is unknown.
chief Jeff Meyer says he too was surprised by the probe but wants speedy
hope they complete it quickly. We pride ourselves on being transparent; the
entire department has been cooperative and will continue to do so."
GBI would not say how long the investigation will last, although the Mayor
Teresa Tomlinson says she expects a statement from the organization soon.