A couple and their five children are safe after a fire destroyed their home in Greenfield.

Where Was the Fire?

The fire reported at around 10:00 Sunday morning in Greenfield was dramatic, with huge flames leaping from the roof of the structure. It claimed the house and at least one of two vehicles belonging to the family of five. The Milford Fire/Rescue Department reported on its Facebook page that the cause of the fire has been determined to be electrical in nature, starting on the first floor and making its way through the roof. Not that there's ever a good time for a fire, but just before Christmas and at the start of a long winter, the loss seems even tougher. Especially when you factor in that the family includes five children.

Was Anyone Hurt?

But there was good news in this tragedy. Homeowners David Eugley and Ashley Loyte, as well as their five children, weren't home when the fire started, so no one was hurt. Firefighters were also able to rescue the family's cat. And now, family and friends are rallying around to help them get back on their feet.

Is There a Way We Can Help?

A GoFundMe page has been set up by David's Aunt Wanda Madden, to raise money they'll need to start over. In addition, Ms. Madden told WVII-TV that she's collecting donations of clothing for their children. They have two boys, who wear size 5 and size 4T, and three girls in sizes 4T, 7-8, and a baby who wears clothes size 9-12 months. Donations of toys are also encouraged and can be dropped off at 53 Crocker Turn Road in Greenfield.

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