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Fire officials in la pine say a woman and her three children are lucky to be alive following an early morning fire on Easter Sunday.  The fire destroyed part of their fifth wheel trailer and much of their belongings. The American Red Cross provided some temporary help. Spokesperson Bobbie Bourne: "They were displaced by the fire, so they had no place to stay and American Red Cross helped them with 3 nights in a hotel and gave them a debit card that has funds on it to help them get meals and buy some clothes and coats.” The La Pine Fire Chief, Mike Supkis says Lisa Choate is a full time college student with a full time job. She awoke first and got her three kids out of the RV. The fifth wheel had no working smoke detector and the family has no fire insurance.

 

 

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