953 St. Martins Ave., Lexington. Teresa Horton's dog, Nelly, alerted her to the kitchen fire that destroyed her kitchen. Here Horton is pictured with Nelly and her granddaughter Jayda Rice.
953 St. Martins Ave., Lexington. Teresa Horton's dog, Nelly, alerted her to the kitchen fire that destroyed her kitchen. Here Horton is pictured with Nelly and her granddaughter Jayda Rice. Herald-Leader
953 St. Martins Ave., Lexington. Teresa Horton's dog, Nelly, alerted her to the kitchen fire that destroyed her kitchen. Here Horton is pictured with Nelly and her granddaughter Jayda Rice. Herald-Leader

Lexington woman credits dog with saving her from house fire

January 01, 2015 10:31 PM

UPDATED January 01, 2015 10:42 PM

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