Account Established to Collect Money for Family that Lost Everything in a Fire Sunday
An account has been set up to collect money for a family that lost everything in an early morning fire this past Sunday in Kenton.
The fire broke out at just before 5:30 on February 21 in the home occupied by Ron Hines and his family at 438 West Columbus Street.
The family made it out safely, but lost their house and all of their belongings in the blaze.
An account has been set up at HSLC in Kenton for those looking to make a monetary donation for the family.
The account is under the name Hines Family Benefit.
The fire also heavily damaged a house next door at 432, which was occupied by Sara Ansley.
External damage occurred to the house at 440, which is occupied by Jonathan Ansley.
Everyone in the homes made it out safely.