City of LynchburgLynchburg’s Commonwealth’s Attorney has requested that a special grand jury hear the details regarding last month’s deadly daycare fire. The house fire at an unlicensed day-care on September 19  resulted in the death of two little girls; who were among seven children being watched by Doris Lee. The case originally was to be presented Nov. 3, but the judge agreed to convene a special grand jury at 9 a.m. on Nov. 14 instead. The decision was made because of the time restraints of a regular grand jury presentation. Authorities confirmed Lee has never been a state-licensed day-care provider and she lacked a local business license at the time of the blaze.