Remains of Kodiak fire victim identified

first_imgThe remains of a person who died in a fire at a Kodiak lodge last week have been identified.Download AudioThe U.S. Coast Guard and emergency medical personnel transfer patients from a MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter to an ambulance in Kodiak, Alaska, June 2, 2016. The helicopter crew responded to a report of a fire at the Park’s Cannery near Uyak Bay on Kodiak Island. (Courtesy photo by U.S. Coast Guard)According to Alaska State Troopers, Silvana Sutanto, a 59 year old Indonesian national, died when fire gutted the main guest cabin of the Spirit of Alaska Wilderness Lodge at Uyak Bay.Four guests of the Lodge were sleeping in the cabin when the fire broke out. Shaun Gozali, a 30 year old Indonesian national, and Taeri Kim, a 33 year old South Korean national, were able to escape through a window. Danielle Gozali, a 22 year old Indonesian national, was pulled out of the burning structure by the owner of the lodge.The three survivors were transported to the Kodiak hospital for treatment of their injuries by a Coast Guard helicopter early that morning.Shaun Gozali and Danielle Gozali were then flown to Seattle for further treatment. Taeri Kim was treated at the hospital in Kodiak. The Indonesian and Korean Consulate were contacted and notified of the incident. The cause of the fire is under investigation.last_img