Arson not suggested as cause of Tennessee cabin fire

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SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (April 14, 2014)– As the search continues for an Indianapolis 5-year-old missing from a Tennessee cabin fire near Knoxville, officials are trying to figure out what started the incident.

The Sevierville County Public Information Officer confirmed Monday that nothing in their investigation suggests arson as a cause. The PIO said every tip and lead is being followed up on.

The family of Tyveon Temple, 5, was with more than 20 other family members and friends at a vacation cabin when the fire broke out. Ricky Hudson, 56, also died while he and an uncle were catching people jumping from a third floor of the cabin. The child is presumed dead.

You can read here about a vigil held in Indianapolis on Sunday, where family members grieved and remembered their lost loved ones.

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