Edith Ostrander Death, Obituary – The name of a woman who perished in a house fire on Wednesday has been made public after more information, including her identity, was made available to the public. The Hockley County Sheriff’s Office was the one who shared this information with us. At 10:45 in the morning, firemen from the towns of Wolfforth, Carlisle, and Shallowater in Lubbock County were dispatched to 6791 Fox Road in order to extinguish a fire that had begun to spread on the property. The body of Edith Ostrander, who was 75 years old when she died, was found inside the residence by the Henry County Sheriff’s Office.
The body was found in a dead state. Asphyxiation, which was brought on by inhaling smoke, was determined to be the root cause of Ostrander’s passing, as determined by the findings of the HCSO. It has not been determined what caused the fire at this time, according to the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office; however, it is assumed that there were electrical concerns within the property. The findings of the full autopsy, according to the HCSO, are not yet prepared to be made public at this time. The inquiry is still being carried out at this time, despite the fact that the authorities have said that “no criminal breaches are suspected to have occurred.”
The family of Ostrander, along with her friends and loved ones, are in the thoughts and prayers of Hockley County Sheriff Ray Scrifes. In a message on social media, the sheriff expressed his sympathies and offered prayers for the family, friends, and loved ones of Ostrander. “We would like the Ostrander family to know that we are thinking of them and offering our support,”