Friday, March 8, 2019
A two-year-old girl injured in a fire in Pretty Prairie has died.
Family members says Charolette Lynn Alley died from the injuries she suffered in the mobile home fire on March 5. The fire also killed the girl's grandmother, Judy Kay Alley.
The girl's mother remains hospitalized at Via Christi St. Francis. The family says her brother was released from the hospital Friday afternoon.
The family released the following statement.
"It is with heavy hearts that we report that 2-year old Charolette Lynn Alley has succumbed to the injuries sustained in the house fire on March 5th. The family has chosen to let Charolette live on through the gift of life by organ donation. Amidst this tragedy, the family wishes to save as many others as possible from the heartbreak of losing a child."
A GoFundMe account has been set up to raise money to help cover the cost of medical and funeral expenses.
Thursday, March 7, 2019
A woman has died and three other people were hurt in a mobile home fire in Reno County on Tuesday morning.
The Reno County Sheriff's Office says firefighters and law enforcement were called to a structure fire around 2:40 a.m. in the area of 9 E Horseshoe Lane in Pretty Prairie.
Crews arrived to find a single story double-wide mobile home on fire. The fire spread quickly to other parts of the structure within minutes.
Deputies learned 21-year-old Hannah Perry and her two children, ages 1 and 2, had escaped the fire, but their grandmother, 70-year-old Judy Kay Alley, was still inside.
Eyewitness News reporter Anna Auld talked to a neighbor who said Perry came to his house with her two children. She was bleeding and pounding on the front door which woke him up. He then called 911.
Once firefighters were able to put out the fire, they found Alley dead inside the home.
The sheriff's office said the Perry and her one-year-old son were taken to Wichita by EMS. Her two-year-old daughter was flown by EagleMed to Wichita hospital.
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Fire units from Pretty Prairie Fire, District 8, and District 9 responded to the scene along with EMS units from Pretty Prairie, Haven EMS, and Reno County EMS. No cause of the fire has been given.