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Mom And Twin Daughters Displaced By Fire On Mother's Day

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A fire ripped through the Pine Villa Apartment building on Graves Road in North Spokane Sunday, displacing several families, including Amanda Haggard and her 6-month-old twin daughters. A fire ripped through the Pine Villa Apartment building on Graves Road in North Spokane Sunday, displacing several families, including Amanda Haggard and her 6-month-old twin daughters.
SPOKANE, Wash. -

A fire ripped through the Pine Villa Apartment building on Graves Road in North Spokane Sunday, displacing several families, including Amanda Haggard and her 6-month-old twin daughters. This was their first Mother's Day as a family and having a fire destroy their apartment was the last thing she expected on that day.

Amanda lost everything in the fire. She says she is not even sure where to start replacing what is lost. If you would like to help they have set up a Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1400419053577407/

Here is a list of some of the things they need:

- Diapers, Sizes 1 & 2

- Two Types of Formula: Enfamil EnfaCare & Similac Advanced

- Clothing for the Twin Girls: Sizes 0-3 Months

- Clothing for Amanda (the mom): Shirt Size Large or Extra Large, Pants Size 16, Shoes Size 8

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