Riverside woman succumbs to injuries suffered in arson fire last week

Jan Young
InstantRiverside.com

The Riverside County Coroner has reported that the Riverside woman injured in last week’s arson blaze died from her injuries earlier this morning, April 27th.

Linda Clark, 73, was listed in critical condition after the fire that claimed the life of her husband Harley Clark, 75.

The residential fire occurred in the early morning hours of Friday, April 20th at their home in the 6200 block of Sheridan Court, in the Magnolia Center area of Riverside.

Their daughter, Deborah Marie Clark, 46, has been arrested in connection with the fire, charged with arson and murder.  She is reportedly developmentally disabled and her siblings have come to her defense, stating that she doesn’t have the mental capacity to calculate such a crime.  She lived in the home with her parents and was often seen walking the family dog.

See related story:  Early morning blaze in Riverside leads to arrest for arson and murder

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Friday, April 27, 2012


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