Family ready to move on after house fire

A family whose farmhouse burned to the ground in Redding eight months ago is finally ready to move into their new home.The fire killed seven

REDDING - A family whose farmhouse burned to the ground in Redding eight months ago is finally ready to move into their new home.

The fire killed seven of the family?s dogs. However, every member of the Ammierata family made it out alive.

The Ammieratas have been staying with friends since the fire ravaged their home on Mountain Road back in June.

Now, a new home stands where the farmhouse once was, ready to be filled with love and new memories.

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