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    A western Kentucky man who lost his wife and eight children in a blaze last month says his faith in God is still strong.

  • Ky. town remembers family killed in fire

    Dan Pentimone wandered through a blanket of snow around the remains of a friend's home, trying to make sense of what happened to nine people who died in a fire there. Pentimone took photos of what used to be the home of Chad and LaRae "Nikki" Watson and their nine children in the Depoy community near Greenville, Ky., on Saturday before heading a few miles to the funeral for Nikki Watson and eight of her kids.

  • Kentucky State Fire investigators work at the scene of early morning house fire in Depoy, Ky. Thursday Jan. 30, 2014. As many as nine people were killed early Thursday in a house fire in rural western Kentucky and two people were taken to a hospital for treatment, officials said. Eleven people lived in the home in the Depoy community of Muhlenberg County, Greenville Assistant Fire Chief Roger Chandler said.  (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)

    9 killed in Ky. fire described as a loving family

    Chad and Nikki Watson moved around western Kentucky over the years before returning to Muhlenberg County - the coal-laden ground where they both grew up - to raise their nine children in a home owned by a relative.

  • Alan Gregory, with the Kentucky Fire Marshal's office, at bottom, digs through debris Thursday Jan. 30, 2014, from a house fire that killed nine members of an 11 member family on Motes Road in Depoy near Greenville. The fire was reported at 2:01 a.m. at the home of Chad and LaRae Watson. Chad Watson and Kylie Watson, 11, were flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Monroe Carrell Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt with severe burns.    (AP Photo/Messenger-Inquirer, Photo by Jenny Sevcik)

    Child who survived deadly Ky. fire recuperating

    A girl who escaped a western Kentucky house fire that killed her mother and eight siblings is recuperating from burns and communicating with her hospital nurses, a family friend said Friday.

  • Members of the Kentucky State Fire Marshall's office look over the remains of a house fire in Depoy, Ky. Thursday Jan. 30, 2014. As many as nine people were killed early Thursday in a house fire in rural western Kentucky and two people were taken to a hospital for treatment, officials said. Eleven people lived in the home in the Depoy community of Muhlenberg County, Greenville Assistant Fire Chief Roger Chandler said.  (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)

    Police: 9 family members killed in Ky. house fire

    The bodies of eight children and their mother were found huddled together in or near a master bedroom, victims of an early-morning fire Thursday from which only the father and an 11-year-old daughter escaped after it ripped through a modest home in western Kentucky.

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