BEDFORD COUNTY, Tenn.- It
has been nearly two weeks since a fire in Bedford County killed two people and
left investigators asking what happened to two children.
Sunday night in
Unionville, a crowd gathered in front of Chloie Leverette and Gage Daniel's
former school for a prayer vigil. They haven't been seen since fire destroyed
their home killing their grandparents. Those who came prayed for answers and
patience while the investigation continues.
"The last couple of
weeks have just been a trying time with the tragedy that's happened. Not
knowing the answers to a lot of questions. And there's a lot of hurt in the
community with the loss of the kids," said Ronnie Grooms, Pastor at Rover
Investigators have combed
the family's home looking for clues, but say they have no idea if the children
were even in the fire. The TBI issued an Amber Alert last week but insist they
have no evidence of foul play.