A father and three girls were killed after being trapped inside a burning mobile home in St. Lawrence County Tuesday morning.
State Police say the blaze broke out at about 3:00 a.m. at the residence on Pickle Street in the town of Stockholm.
Unable to escape the flames were 55-year-old William Bugbee, six-year-old Alicia Bugbee, five-year-old Allazza Bugbee and 14-year-old Shawlee Baxter. One person, 36-year-old Carrie Bugbee was able to get out of the structure; she was taken to Canton-Potsdam for treatment.
WWNY 7 News reports one body was located near the front door of the home, with the three others being located inside a bedroom.
Autopsys are scheduled to be performed on the four victims.
Meanwhile, a friend of the bugbee family has started a GoFundMe page in order to help the mother and wife who made it out of that burning home in the town of Stockholm.
According to 7 News, Annette Peacock set up the page, saying the goal is to raise $10,000 for Carrie Bugbee. Peacock told 7 that Carrie's husband got her out of the burning home and went back for the kids.
From the hospital, Carrie told Peacock she wasn't sure what she would now do without her family.
If you would like to help Carrie out after this tragedy, seach "Fire Takes Stockholm Family" on gofundme.com.