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FATAL FIRE-KENTUCKY
Child survivor of Ky. fire that killed 9 tells nurses she's hungry, vigil planned for victims

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Friday, January 31, 2014 12:11 PM EST
LOUISVILLE, Ky.


A girl who escaped a western Kentucky house fire that killed her mother and eight siblings is communicating with her hospital nurses.

Pastor Tim Burden said Friday that 11-year-old Kylie Watson has written "I'm hungry" on a dry erase board. Burden says Kylie's father, Chad Watson, is also making progress at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Eight of Chad Watson's children and his wife, Nikki, died in a house fire in rural Muhlenberg County early Thursday morning. Investigators say a combustible material made contact with a baseboard heater.

Burden, a close friend of the family and the pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Central City, says the church is holding a candlelight vigil Friday evening.

The father and daughter were both listed in critical condition Friday morning.










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