Update: Father In Critical Condition After Deadly House Fire

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Updated: 12/21/2012 6:05 pm
The father of a 5-year-old autistic boy who lost his life in a Rowan County house fire Thursday remains in critical condition.

UK Hospital said Jason Pennington is in critical condition. The hospital said his two daughters, Ashley Pennington and Amy Pennington, are now out of the hospital. There is not word on the condition of the third daughter, Jessica Pennington, or the child's mother.

Police said the boy's body was sent to the coroner for an autopsy result Friday. Investigators are still unsure what caused the fire.
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