Kimberly Copus, left, 35, of Richland, talks to neighbor Michelle Brooks about clothing sizes in the wake of an early morning Thursday fire that destroyed Copus' home at 1615 McPherson Ave. Copus' husband Gregory Baker, 46, suffered burns on 40 percent of his body while trying to rescue the couple's Chihuahua, 2-year-old Roscoe. The dog died in the fire.
Kimberly Copus, left, 35, of Richland, talks to neighbor Michelle Brooks about clothing sizes in the wake of an early morning Thursday fire that destroyed Copus' home at 1615 McPherson Ave. Copus' husband Gregory Baker, 46, suffered burns on 40 percent of his body while trying to rescue the couple's Chihuahua, 2-year-old Roscoe. The dog died in the fire. Tri-City Herald
Kimberly Copus, left, 35, of Richland, talks to neighbor Michelle Brooks about clothing sizes in the wake of an early morning Thursday fire that destroyed Copus' home at 1615 McPherson Ave. Copus' husband Gregory Baker, 46, suffered burns on 40 percent of his body while trying to rescue the couple's Chihuahua, 2-year-old Roscoe. The dog died in the fire. Tri-City Herald

Updated: Fire destroys Richland home, burns man, kills dog (w/video)

June 19, 2014 10:04 AM

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