Kyle Richardson Obituary, Death – After the sad fire that occurred over the weekend in east Petaluma, some of the locals in the area are asking how things could have gone so horribly wrong at the house on Saratoga Court, as well as what precisely happened to Kyle Richardson, the Petaluma man who was found dead inside the property.
At approximately 4:30 in the morning, a call was received by dispatchers reporting a fire at 125 Saratoga Court, which is situated on a cul-de-sac off of Maria Drive. Sunday, February 12, and when firefighters got at the scene within seven minutes, according to a news release from the Petaluma Fire Department, they saw “smoke coming from an open front door and out of a second story window. Two adults who were staying at the residence were able to flee, but they stated that there was still a person inside.
During their investigation of the building, crews located a body of a person who had not survived,” read the statement in the release. The Sonoma County Coroner’s Office was able to make a positive identification of the person in question as 61-year-old Kyle Richardson, who resided in Petaluma. According to his neighbors and other people who knew him, Richardson was a good man who endured a difficult life. Jane Lott, a resident of Saratoga Court.