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This photo provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department shows Ace, a pit bull, resting outside the home of Lindsay and James Bernard of Indianapolis after the home caught fire on Wednesday, July 16, 2014. Firefighters credited the dog with saving the life of the couple's deaf son, Nick Lamb, 13, by licking the boy's face until he woke up. No one else was home at the time. Neither the boy nor the dog was injured. (AP Photo/Indianapolis Fire Department, Rita Reith)

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This photo provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department shows damage to a house after a fire on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014 in Indianapolis. A fire killed a couple and two of their children in Indianapolis on Saturday morning, and left two surviving siblings in "very critical" condition, a fire official said. A motorist along Interstate 70 reported the fire about 9:10 a.m., Capt. Rita Reith said, and subsequent 911 calls led crews to the home's exact location in an east-side neighborhood. The home is near a highway overpass. Firefighters pulled the parents and their four children, ages 14, 11, 8 and 6, from a small bungalow-style home in critical condition and quickly extinguished the fire, Reith said. (AP Photo/Indianapolis Fire Department)

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This photo provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department shows damage to a house after a fire on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014 in Indianapolis. A fire killed a couple and two of their children in Indianapolis on Saturday morning, and left two surviving siblings in "very critical" condition, a fire official said. A motorist along Interstate 70 reported the fire about 9:10 a.m., Capt. Rita Reith said, and subsequent 911 calls led crews to the home's exact location in an east-side neighborhood. The home is near a highway overpass. Firefighters pulled the parents and their four children, ages 14, 11, 8 and 6, from a small bungalow-style home in critical condition and quickly extinguished the fire, Reith said. (AP Photo/Indianapolis Fire Department)

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This photo provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department, fire and emergency personnel look over the scene opf a fire on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014 in Indianapolis. A fire killed a couple and two of their children in Indianapolis on Saturday morning, and left two surviving siblings in "very critical" condition, a fire official said. A motorist along Interstate 70 reported the fire about 9:10 a.m., Capt. Rita Reith said, and subsequent 911 calls led crews to the home's exact location in an east-side neighborhood. The home is near a highway overpass. Firefighters pulled the parents and their four children, ages 14, 11, 8 and 6, from a small bungalow-style home in critical condition and quickly extinguished the fire, Reith said. (AP Photo/Indianapolis Fire Department)