Update: Lone Survivor Of Pike County Fire Released From Hospital

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Updated: 1/15/2013 5:42 pm
The lone survivor of a deadly house fire in Pike County earlier this month was released from U.K. Hospital on Tuesday, according to a spokesperson for the hospital.

Tammie Tucker was badly burned in the fire in the Jonancy community on January 9, 2013. 

Tucker's four children and boyfriend all died in the fire.

The victims were Dakota Lee, 5, Tyler Lane, 4, Cheyenne, 2, Emily, 6 months and boyfriend Billy Wilfong.

Investigators said a space heater in a room where the family slept was the cause of the fire.
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