A Tennessee man whose wife and two daughters died in the fires that recently consumed Great Smoky Mountains National Park and neighboring Gatlinburg has released a letter forgiving the teens who allegedly started the blaze. Michael Reed spent days searching for his wife Constance, and daughters, Chloe and Lily, after the fire ripped through Sevier County last

month. He hoped they were still alive, but discovered that they didn’t make it through the inferno that consumed their neighborhood. According to reports, Reed and his teenage son Nicholas heard about the fires while on the road, and tried to hurry back to Gatlinburg to reach the rest of the family. However, they found themselves stuck in traffic and police would not let cars turn around for their safety’s sake. READ MORE