When investigators are finished with their work they call in professionals like Jude Sidari--he owns and operates Northeast Biohazard Remediation based in Luzerne County..
"Basically you have to be very professional. I mean you're dealing with someone who lost a life you have to be very professional with them and do your job very professionally but at the same time its a a service that is needed."
Sidari says every scene is unique and people who are dealing with the tragedy, deal with it in their own way.
"Say a family just lost a loved one they're not going to want to have to go and clean up the mess themselves .I mean say it was a murder..accidental death eldelry person left in their apartment for like a week the family lived away it's realy sad you have to be on their level emotionally." noted Sidari
Sidari and his team must use special cleaning materials to make sure the home is safe for the family to return..and he must also make sure his crew is not in any danger dring the clean-up process..
"Murder suicides..when you are dealing with blood and all blood borne pathogens everything like that there is different protective wear gear that you have to wear different suits we have to wear for each different scene." said Sidari.
And in some cases their work is stopped in its tracks when they find evidence....
"Say for example it was a shooting victim, a suicide whatever there could be a bullet they didn't find. We would have to call them back to the scene we'd have to stop our process let them continue with investigation as then we'd continues as soon as they were done."
So how do they prepare themselves to do this work..to deal with some of the horrible things they will see?..More on that Thursday night a 11 on Eyewitness News