Child Dies In Fire In South-Central Ky.

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Updated: 10/29/2013 2:34 pm
Police say a child has died after a home caught fire in south-central Kentucky.

State police told WBKO-TV that several fire departments responded to the blaze early Tuesday at a home in Bowling Green.

Warren County Rescue Department spokeswoman Deborah Williams told the Daily News that 7-year-old Ethan Miller died in the blaze. She said the boy is the son of Charles Miller, a volunteer captain for the rescue agency.

Warren County Deputy Coroner David M. Goens said Miller, his wife, Heather, two children and another male in the home were taken to a local hospital.

Police said they are working with the State Fire Marshal's Office to determine the cause of the blaze.

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