Lexington, Oklahoma – A devastating fire last week has left Tara Springfield and her six children homeless and with nothing but broken memories.
The family lost their home and all their possessions in the blaze.
Tara, who lived in the house with her children, is now struggling to get back on her feet.
Among the items lost in the fire were the senior pictures of Tara’s son, his letterman jacket, and a scrapbook filled with memories of her late daughter.
Despite the extensive damage caused by the fire, the scrapbook was only partially destroyed, offering a glimmer of hope to the devastated family.
Fortunately, a group of former firefighters from across the state are stepping in to help.
The group, which rides together on motorcycle patrols, is offering their assistance to the Springfield family.
They plan to help the family get back on their feet by providing them with necessary items such as clothes, furniture, and kitchen appliances.
The cost of these items is expected to be around $3,000, but the group is willing to go above and beyond to help the family.
Most of the fires that the group assists on are kitchen fires, which can often be prevented with proper safety measures.
The Springfield family is grateful for the support they have received during this difficult time.
Tara’s son is particularly looking forward to receiving a new letterman jacket and clothes to replace the ones lost in the fire.
The family is touched by the kindness and generosity of the community and is hopeful that they will be able to rebuild their lives after this tragedy.