Decatur – Friends are coming together to help a family that lost nearly everything in an early morning home fire.
A fund has been set up for Jen Kreher at Soy Capitol Bank. Kreher lived next door to a vacant house that caught fire in the 800 block of East William Street in Decatur. Her home is estimated to have 26 thousand dollars in damage.
Red Cross did help with food, clothing, and shelter. If you want to drop off gifts, Mr. John's school of Cosmetology on East Eldorado Street is excepting donations.
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