Toddler dropped from window of burning home


WCVB— A toddler avoided major injury Monday when the child was dropped from the second-floor window of a burning Derry home, fire officials said.—Arkansas toddler dies trying to save family dog from burning home. GENTRY, Arkansas (WJW) — An Arkansas toddler was killed in a house fire after going into the home to retrieve the family dog, the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported. According to Vester Cripps, Gentry Fire Chief, the fire broke out in the family’s home Saturday evening. He told the NWA Democrat-Gazette that the family was outside the house when the fire started, but that the boy ran back in to get the dog. According to a GoFundMe post, 23-month-old Loki Sharp [

Mail Online—Toddler dies after running back into his burning Arkansas home to try and save his pet puppy. Loki Sharp, who was just 23-months-old, died on Saturday evening in Gentry. He had escaped the blaze before running back to try and rescue the family dog. He is pictured main and with his parents.—Firefighters bond with teen they saved from burning home. Months after being critically hurt in a house fire, a 19-year-old Milwaukie resident is now able to meet the firefighters who rescued him.