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The home's roof remained intact, but it appeared flames had gutted almost the entirety of the inside.
Fire officials found no evidence of a working smoke detector in the home.
They sent each driver off with a flyer to keep on their dashboard.
Morgan said as local locations and leads were triple-checked, the search was expanding to surrounding communities.
De'Anah East, 12, died after a fire at her home on Sunday morning.According to a release from ESAR, two teens jumped off a boat into about 12 feet of water about three-quarters of a mile southwest of Sherman Cove Marina on Pensacola NAS. The family was not on the boat but were at the marina with counselors when the teen was brought in.The Coast Guard, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation, Alabama Marine Police, Escambia County Sheriff's Office and Fire Rescue personnel, Naval Air Station Pensacola Dive Team and good Samaritans assisted in the search."We are investigating this as if anything could have taken place."Morgan said the Sheriff's Office had investigated the "obvious," checking with friends, neighbors and acquaintances.The search radius also included waterways, tree lines, culverts, ponds and other places where Naomi could have been injured, trapped or hidden.