This is “Unsafe Haven,” a 30-minute documentary produced by WFDD’s David Ford, who reports on what happened in the aftermath of the fire and the questions that remain.
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On an early morning in May, a kitchen fire swept through a low-income apartment in Greensboro. Inside, a refugee family from the Democratic Republic of the Congo—five young siblings and their father—slept.
6:00am Dec 06, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety Politics & Government
This week, we’ve been reporting on the aftermath of a tragic fire that spread through a low-rent Greensboro apartment earlier this year, killing five young refugee siblings.
6:00am Dec 05, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety Human Interest
Earlier this year, a tragic kitchen fire at the Summit-Cone apartments in Greensboro killed five young refugee children.
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In May, a kitchen fire at a low-rent apartment in Greensboro claimed the lives of five refugee children—siblings from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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It was just over six months ago when a tragedy amplified deep issues within the Greensboro community. Our series, "Unsafe Haven," looks at what happened and the remaining unanswered questions.