Louisville – Golf Coach Dead, Three Injured In Condominium Fire
Posted on Wednesday, August 7th, 2019 at 8:49 pm
A golf coach died and three other people were injured in condominium fire.
The fire started at the Village Drive Condominiums on Wednesday morning, when a candle ignited a comforter.
75-year-old Ernie Denham, Bellarmine University’s men’s golf coach since 2003, was killed in the fire. He has served for 17 seasons and secured two conference championships. Also, he has taken three teams to the NCAA finals.
On the other hand, three others were injured in the fire. A couple who had to jump out of the second floor were treated for minor burns. Also, an elderly woman suffered from smoke inhalation and had to be hospitalized.
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