"It's heartbreaking," said Darrell Compton, chief of the Shelby Valley Volunteer Fire Department, as he surveyed the ruins of the house where Billy Wilfong and his four children — Dakota, 5; Tyler, 4; Cheyenne, 2; and Emily, 6 months — died early Wednesday in the community of Jonancy.
"It's heartbreaking," said Darrell Compton, chief of the Shelby Valley Volunteer Fire Department, as he surveyed the ruins of the house where Billy Wilfong and his four children — Dakota, 5; Tyler, 4; Cheyenne, 2; and Emily, 6 months — died early Wednesday in the community of Jonancy. Lexington Herald-Leader
"It's heartbreaking," said Darrell Compton, chief of the Shelby Valley Volunteer Fire Department, as he surveyed the ruins of the house where Billy Wilfong and his four children — Dakota, 5; Tyler, 4; Cheyenne, 2; and Emily, 6 months — died early Wednesday in the community of Jonancy. Lexington Herald-Leader

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