The woman killed in an early-morning fire at a Kennewick mobile home has been identified as the owner of the home.
Elvira "Elvie" Pidcock, 65, was identified by Benton County Coroner John Hansens during an autopsy Tuesday, said Kennewick police Sgt. Ken Lattin.
Pidcock died from smoke inhalation and burns, according to autopsy results.
The autopsy was conducted by Carl Wigren, a Seattle forensic pathologist.
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Pidcock was found dead inside the mobile home at 4815 W. Clearwater Ave. #35 after a fire broke out around 3:20 a.m. Monday.
She was in a hallway, which put her near the front door and near the bedroom where her daughter escaped, Hansens told the Herald.
Her daughter, Aireen Upton, jumped out a of bedroom window and was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with severe burns and smoke inhalation.
Upton, 49, is in critical condition in the intensive care unit, a hospital spokeswoman told the Herald.
Kennewick fire officials were back at the mobile home Tuesday sifting through the charred debris, but the cause of the blaze remains under investigation.