The Vanderburgh County Coroner says heat is the cause of deaths of an elderly couple found inside their Westside mobile home. For one woman living without air conditioning, this heartbreaking story hits close to home. Carlena Porter says hearing about Paul and Marcella Armes' death scared her, because she knows exactly what its like to be in a home with no relief from the heat. Porter visits Potter's Wheel in Evansville to sometimes escape the heat. She says her home doesn't have air. Evansville Police say they received a call from a family member to check on the Armes. Porter says knowing first hand how hot it can get, neighbors and family play a huge role in preventing heat realted deaths. The Vanderburgh County Coroner says one of the bodies was found in the bedroom and one in a chair , it was 109 degrees inside and all the windows were shut. Porter says she feels for the family and wants everyone to check on all neighbors, a/c or not. A harmful reality that hits too close to home. Coroner Annie Groves says its unclear if the Armes were sleeping or not, the autopsy is complete and all that remains is pinpointing a time of death. Groves say the two had been dead for several days.