Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity members said a last goodbye to what's left of their house after a fire destroyed it two weeks ago.
Fire investigators and demolition workers were at the SAE house to haul off parts of the house and continue with the investigation.
Fraternity members say they are ready for the whole tragedy to come to a close.
Michael Overmyer, lived in the SAE house and says he is ready for the house to be torn down because it is a constant reminder of the fire.
Earlier this week, fire officials announced the fire was set intentionally.
Bowling Green fire officials say they do know where the fire started, but aren't releasing that information, due to the on-going investigation.
Four fraternity members were home at the time of the fire, but were able to escape without injuries.
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