Family of ten still needs help after fire destroys home and everything

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In a follow up about a fire this past weekend, a family of 10 is still in need of assistance.

A Rutherford County family of 10 escaped only clothed with pajamas when fire engulfed their home early Saturday on Halls Hill Pike, a volunteer fire chief said.

David and Cassandra Ellis and their eight children ages 2 to 15 fled the house about 3:15 a.m., said Lascassas Fire Chief Trey Nunley.


People who want to help the family are asked to call Lascassas Volunteer Fire Department Chaplain Jeff Fuqua at 410-6637.

The cause of the fire appears to be accidental. 



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