Heavy damage was visible at the rear of the house at 1437 Copper Run Boulevard in Lexington. Kimberly Poncer, 54, who was in a wheelchair because of a brain tumor, couldn't get out and died of smoke inhalation. Her husband, Bill, made it to safety.
Heavy damage was visible at the rear of the house at 1437 Copper Run Boulevard in Lexington. Kimberly Poncer, 54, who was in a wheelchair because of a brain tumor, couldn't get out and died of smoke inhalation. Her husband, Bill, made it to safety. Herald-Leader
Heavy damage was visible at the rear of the house at 1437 Copper Run Boulevard in Lexington. Kimberly Poncer, 54, who was in a wheelchair because of a brain tumor, couldn't get out and died of smoke inhalation. Her husband, Bill, made it to safety. Herald-Leader

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