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Volunteers from the American Red Cross of Georgia arrived on the scene to assist the victims of the fire. Volunteers met one-on-one with them and provided assistance with securing food, clothing, lodging and other essentials for the victims.
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In the days ahead, caseworkers will continue to work with all affected families to help them get back on their feet, said Sherry Nicholson, a spokeswoman for the Red Cross.
The fire marshal office is currently investigating the cause.
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Authorities say the officer was cleared of criminal charges but not following departmental policies led to his firing.