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House fire in Westbury Road

sherieholder, sherieholder@nationnews.com

Added 30 November 2012


Amidst Independence celebrations tragedy struck 26-year-old Keisha Olivia Sealy as she lost her home and her possessions to fire minutes after 10 AM. Sealy, who lived in the house with her two children Amari Welch and Alisha Welch, ages 7 and 9 respectively, said she had just stepped out when she received a call that her house was on fire. “I just left home and then I got a call from my friend telling me, ‘Keisha you house on fire’ and by time I get here everything gone,” said Sealy as she broke into tears. (SM)


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