Hudson Valley Family Needs Help After Fire Kills Child, Mother
The Hudson Valley family that lost two family members in a Black Friday fire is in need of your help.
Around 4:15 a.m., on Black Friday, a fire began inside a home on Coach Lane in the Town of Newburgh. At the time of the fire, 16 people were inside the home.
The fatal fire has left the Napoli family without basic needs and gifts for their children this holiday season, according to Town of Newburgh Police.
“In the spirit of giving we're are asking for your help for a family that lost so much,” Town of Newburgh PBA wrote on Facebook.
The Town of Newburgh PBA, fire departments from Orange Lake and Winona Lake, as well as the Walden Savings Bank, have combined to start a collection drive for the family.
The family is in need of unwrapped toys, clothes, household items, gift cards, or money, officials say. Donations are being accepted at all four locations mentioned above.
The girls are aged 9, 4 and 1. The boys are 11 and 8.
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