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The victims have not been formally identified by the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office.But their families identified the girls as 10-year-olds Linda Van and Uyen Tran.
“I had a rough night just thinking about it,” Aldama said. Tuesday at the park near Oakland and Gish roads, SJFD Capt. Firefighters arrived in seven minutes to find a home at the rear of the park engulfed in flames.“She’s so sweet.” Canh Tran said his daughter was a straight-A student.“Very smart kid,” Tran said, also through a translator.It’s going to be a difficult time for them, to have their social and emotional needs met.” Uyen, along with her parents and 16-year-old brother, shared the home with her uncle and aunt since moving to the United States from Vietnam in 2011, said Tran, who works as a mechanic. Neighbors are doing what they can to help them out financially.“Lives are very precious and we can’t bring them back,” said Ruby Walia, who set up a Go Fund Me account for the victims’ families.Quilantang said staff and faculty received grief counseling Wednesday and prepared to support their incoming students.
Notices by letter and through phone calls went out Wednesday.
This is a tough one.” Neighbor Aline Mahoney said she would often see the two girls and another friend, a boy, riding their bicycles and playing.
“It’s so sad for the family,” said Mahoney, who helped investigators communicate with the fire victims’ loved ones, who speak Vietnamese.
Alexandria Corneiro, spokeswoman for the ATF San Francisco field division, said the agency was there as a member of the Santa Clara County Fire Investigation Task Force and sent its certified fire investigators as part of the collaboration.
As neighbors looked on, they pored over their memories of the two girls.
“But they have to get back on their feet.” Meanwhile, agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives arrived Wednesday and joined San Jose Fire Department investigators in examining the charred frame of the home and debris in the destroyed lot.