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Walla Walla R.V. Fire Victims' Names Released

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WALLA WALLA, Wash-- KNDU now knows the names of two of the victims from the Walla Walla R.V. fire on Wednesday night. Walla Walla Police confirm 30 year-old Jessie Christine Thompson and 19 year-old Shanda Allen, both of Walla Walla died in the fiery explosion.

Shanda was the daughter of the only survivor, Jared Allen who is in serious condition at Harborview in Seattle.

Thompson was living in the R.V, which belonged to her grandfather, whose house was next to it. Thursday police learned she was renting a storage unit with meth making materials inside.

Police were in the process of trying to get Thompson to move out of the R.V. The third victims name has not been released, but she was 19 years-old from the Tri-Cities.

Walla Walla Police also confirmed the R.V. was used as a meth lab.