A scorched second-floor window indicates where James Arthur Stoker, 74, of Overland Park, died after a fire broke out in his condominium early Monday in the 7600 block of West 59th Terrace. Officials think a discarded cigarette ignited the blaze.
A scorched second-floor window indicates where James Arthur Stoker, 74, of Overland Park, died after a fire broke out in his condominium early Monday in the 7600 block of West 59th Terrace. Officials think a discarded cigarette ignited the blaze. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
A scorched second-floor window indicates where James Arthur Stoker, 74, of Overland Park, died after a fire broke out in his condominium early Monday in the 7600 block of West 59th Terrace. Officials think a discarded cigarette ignited the blaze. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

74-year-old man killed in fire in Overland Park condominium

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