Georgia House Fire Claims Lives of Former NFL Player, Girl, 10, and Her Mother
Three people died in a Georgia house fire on Sunday, February 12, including a 10-year-old girl, her mother and former NFL player Quentin Omario Moses. Fire officials aren’t sure what started the fire that killed Jasmine Godard, her mother Andria, 31, and Moses, 36, a defensive end for the University of Georgia Bulldogs who played for the Miami Dolphins, the Arizona Cardinals, and the Oakland Raiders before becoming an assistant coach at Reinhardt University.
Firefighters were called to scene at Shamrock Drive in Monroe around 6 a.m. on Sunday. Once inside, they found Moses unconscious on the floor and rushed him to Clearview Medical Center where he later died from his injuries. The Godards were found dead inside the home.
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