Family holds candlelight vigil, seeking justice for mother killed on Detroit’s west side
He was her world,” said Morrow’s sister, Shirley Morrow. The major one was on his lungs... He’s just in recovery,” Shirley Morrow said. While Shirley Morrow is grieving, she is also planning to continue her sister’s boutique -- Barbie 313 on Greenfield -- and help raise her nephew. Somebody seen something and somebody knows something and I just want them to speak up and say something,” she said. The family is working to raise money for Cassandra Morrow’s burial, her son’s medical care and his future.
Woman killed, child critically injured in suspicious Detroit house fire
DETROIT – The 20-year-old woman who firefighters pulled from a burning home in the 7400 block of Clayburn Street in Detroit Tuesday afternoon along with a young boy has died, confirmed Dave Fornell, Deputy Fire Commissioner. Detroit police are now investigating the case as a homicide and say the woman suffered a gunshot wound. The boy suffered burns and smoke inhalation. Officials say the woman was taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital with burns covering over 50 percent of her body and suffered from smoke inhalation. According to the Detroit Fire Department, firefighters pulled them from the house right when they arrived about noon Tuesday.
Detroit firefighters pull woman, young boy from house fire on Clayburn Street
DETROIT – Detroit firefighters pulled a 20-year-old woman and a young boy from a burning home Tuesday afternoon in the 7400 block of Clayburn Street. The woman and child, who is believed to be either 4 or 5 years old, suffered burns and smoke inhalation. The woman was taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital with burns over 50 percent of her body and suffering from smoke inhalation. The boy was taken to Children’s Hospital with burns, also suffering from smoke inhalation. According to the Detroit Fire Department, firefighters pulled them from the house right when they arrived about noon Tuesday.