Abby, left, William and Camden Gray — seen here with their father, William Gray — died Saturday in a fire at the Knox County house where they lived with their mother, Nina Asher. She also died.
Abby, left, William and Camden Gray — seen here with their father, William Gray — died Saturday in a fire at the Knox County house where they lived with their mother, Nina Asher. She also died. Photo provided
Abby, left, William and Camden Gray — seen here with their father, William Gray — died Saturday in a fire at the Knox County house where they lived with their mother, Nina Asher. She also died. Photo provided

7 victims of Knox County fire died of smoke inhalation, police say

March 12, 2013 11:09 AM

UPDATED March 13, 2013 05:02 PM

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