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Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Friday, January 31, 2014 9:23 PM EST

More than 100 people gathered at a western Kentucky church for a candlelight vigil for victims of a house fire that killed nine family members.

Evansville, Ind., station WFIE-TV reporter Jessica Schmidt says those attending Friday night at Calvary Baptist Church in Central City sang "Amazing Grace" and sat in silence as they held lit candles to remember the family. At the front of the sanctuary stood 11 candles, two in blue for the surviving father and daughter and nine for the ones who died on Thursday.

Killed in the fire were a Muhlenberg County woman and eight of her nine children. Chad Watson survived along with 11-year-old Kylie. Both are in critical but stable condition at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.

Banks in the area are taking donations for the family.


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