Fairhope mobile home fire victims leave behind 5 children, collectivelty

Baldwin County
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FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WKRG) — The second victim of a mobile home fire passed away Wednesday, and families of both victims are telling News 5 more about who they were as people.

Bradley Ellis, 42, passed Wednesday after being taken off life support. Delia Cook, known by loved ones as Leigh, passed Friday, the day after the fire.

Ellis has two children. Cook has three.

Ellis’ mother tells News 5 he “had a heart of gold.” Cook’s sister told us she no longer knows who’s going to make the Thanksgiving turkey, because that was Cook’s job.

The victims’ families biggest concerns surround Cook’s and Ellis’ children.

Go Fund Me pages have been set up for both of them. Here is Ellis‘, here is Cook’s.

Fire investigators have not released the cause of the blaze, but they did confirm with us that it has not been deemed suspicious.

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