Vigil held Saturday for the 6th anniversary of Cleveland's deadliest fire

Saturday, May 21st marked the sixth anniversary of Cleveland's deadliest house fire.

A woman and eight children were killed inside a home on East 87th Street back in 2005.

Saturday, mourners gathered to remember those whose lives were taken during a 5 p.m. vigil.

Antun Lewis was found guilty of setting the fire, but his lawyers are now requesting a new trial.

Lewis' sentencing has been scheduled for June 22nd,  he is facing life in prison.

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