An 11-year-old Florida Girl Died While Trying to Save Her Pups from Fire

 

Unfortunately, while trying to save her two cubs, the 11-year-old girl died in a home fire.

Detectives began investigating the tragic loss after getting reports Wednesday that two residential buildings in Florida’s RV Park were on fire, according to a Sarasota County Sheriff’s Department investigation.

Witnesses also helped WFLA officials identify the victim as Riley Beisler, an 11-year-old sixth-grader at Macintosh High School who came to Sun N Fun RV Park six months ago with her mother’s two dogs.

Beisler’s aunt, Laura Olden, told WFLA that she has a pure heart.

 

These sharks are his favorite. They were in severe back agony. She  liked those sharks, and she considered them her little ones, despite the fact that they were 7-month-old pitbull puppies.

Before re-entering the blazing building to save her dog, Aiden confirmed in a TV interview with WFLA that her niece was not hurt in the fire.

It all began with her love of animals. She  was on her way back home to feed the dogs. Those dogs are her favorite.

Bessler was unconcerned by the neighbor’s attempts to stop him.

Alden sobbed. Riley is a child who follows her own path. Adolescent who has reached puberty too soon.

Because she came out of the fire, out of the home, and back in again, that speaks a lot about who he was.

“At this time, the situation does not appear to be criminal; it is thought that Riley died from smoke penetration,” the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office said on Facebook.

The preliminary examination is still ongoing.