A woman whose daughter died in a house fire while she was home alone has been sentenced to probation.
Wednesday morning, a judge suspended Bell's prison sentence of 6 years and put her on 3 years probation. She will also have to serve 40 hours of community service, take anger management classes and submit to drug testing.
Bell was charged with aggravated child endangerment in connection with her daughter's death. She pleaded no contest to the charges in June.
Prosecutors say Bell's children were home alone in July 2013 when her six-year-old daughter picked up a lighter and lit trash on fire. The fire then ignited the girl's clothes.
The child was rushed to the hospital in very critical condition. She died three days later in the hospital.
Two other children were in the home when the fire started. Neighbors were able to get them out.
Bell's probation is a "no-tolerance" probation. If she violates any part of the probation, she will be forced to serve full sentence in prison.