New lab state lab results on West Richland mother submitted to prosecutor
WEST RICHLAND, Wash. -- NBC Right Now has an update on the case involving a West Richland mother who died in a house fire back in March 2011.
West Richland Police Chief Brian McElroy says they have finally received results from the state lab, after waiting for almost a year. He says they've have passed that report on to the Benton County Prosecutor to review, and expect them to make an announcement soon.
The County Coroner determined that Sandy St. George died from carbon monoxide smoke inhalation but the manner of death is still undetermined.
Sandy's widower Thomas managed to escape the fire, and the couple's children were staying with a baby sitter at the time.