Source of Camper Fire: Pot of Noodles

While a preliminary report by investigators indicates the fire on Holly Street in Sterling that killed two children on Tuesday was started by a pot of noodles left on a hot plate, Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering and Glynn County Fire Chief R.K. Jordan said both departments will continue to investigate the cause of the fire as well as the possible explosions reported by neighbors. According to Doering samples from the fire have been sent to the state crime lab. The family of five apparently had been living in the fifth wheel camper since last May when their mobile home, which is on the same piece of property, also caught fire. Chief Doering did say he had suspicious information regarding both fires but was not at liberty to disclose any information.Three year old Blayden Wade Reeves died in the fire. Four month old Tallie Ann Carter died yesterday at a hospital in Jacksonville. Two year old Brighton Michael Reeves and his mother Chastity R. Carter are both in the Shands Burn Unit in Gainesville in critical condition. The father, Michael Reeves, was not injured in the fire.