A Pueblo family is looking for a place to live after their house was gutted this Thursday morning by a fire. The fire started in a closet where a three year old was playing with a lighter.
The boys parents, Lisa Griffin and Duane Hill say this isn't the first time he has played with fire. They say they have warned him about the dangers and thought they had the problem taken care of. Both parents are smokers but say they are usually pretty good about putting the lighters out of reach.
The house appears to be a total loss as are the families possessions. Baby pictures, report cards and other childhood memories were all destroyed.
Fire officials say its important for parents to be diligent in locking up matches and lighters.
Nobody was seriously injured in the fire, however Griffin did suffer minor burns to her left hand. The family is now searching for a new place to live.
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