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MOM HELPS FAMILY ESCAPE FIRE: Home receives heavy damage in late-night conflagration

July 15, 2013

A couple and their two children escaped a house fire near Churubusco unharmed early Monday morning. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

CHURUBUSCO — Angie Sievers took the term “super-mom” to a new level early Monday morning.

Sievers was in her home, reading a book at approximately 12:15 a.m. Monday when she saw flames coming out of the back of her home.

She quickly got her husband and two young children out of the house, located at 6452 E. Edgewood Dr., near Churubusco, and called the fire department.

Though the home suffered considerable damage, Keith Sievers, Angie’s husband, is thankful for his wife.

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