NASA To Enhance Video Of People At Fire SceneIt can, and often does, pay back with interest. I hope it will this time.
Sat Apr 15, 10:03 PM ET
NASA said it'll use technolgy to enhance a video surveillance tape in connection with the Cleveland arson fire that killed four children last week.
Surveillance video from a camera across the street from the fire on East 105th Street shows people who may have crucial information for investigators, but the tape is too grainy to see faces or license plates numbers, NewsChannel5 reported.
Fire investigators believe there could be witnesses out there who could help police figure out who started a fire that killed Aleyshia Hayes, 8, twins Marvin and Markel, 5, and Racheal, 3.
The four were killed in an apartment fire the morning of April 4. They were trapped in a third-floor bedroom and died of smoke inhalation. Investigators ruled Saturday that the fire was intentionally set.
No suspects have been arrested.