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Chili Family Continues to Recover From Fire

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The Chili family hurt in a serious house fire last week continues to recover at Strong Hospital.

Judy Ogg, 67, her 24-year-old daughter Kaitlyn Ogg, and Kaitlyn's two children, four-year-old R.J. Lockwood and seven-month-old Mara Ogg were all hurt in the fire.

It happened on Golden Road in Chili on Thursday morning. A postal worker was the first to see the fire. She helped Judy Ogg escape the fire and called firefighters.

In a statement released Monday, the Ogg family commented about meeting the postal
carrier. Their statement reads:

"We had a heartfelt meeting with Barbara Langdon and were able to express our gratitude to her. We’re also very grateful to the first responders who rescued the other members of our family.

Judy is doing much better and we believe her lung treatments will be over soon. Mara and Katie are being treated for burns and smoke inhalation and R.J. is continuing treatments for smoke inhalation. All four are in guarded but stable condition."

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