Renee Matlock stands in her burned out home Monday with three of her four children: (left to right): Lavin, 7; Andrew, 3; and Andrea, 6. Her youngest child, Dallas, 8 months, is not in the picture. After hearing a smoke detector go off, Matlock got herself and her children out of the home safely.
( Bart Ah You/ The Modesto Bee)
Renee Matlock stands in her burned out home Monday with three of her four children: (left to right): Lavin, 7; Andrew, 3; and Andrea, 6. Her youngest child, Dallas, 8 months, is not in the picture. After hearing a smoke detector go off, Matlock got herself and her children out of the home safely. ( Bart Ah You/ The Modesto Bee) Modesto Bee
Renee Matlock stands in her burned out home Monday with three of her four children: (left to right): Lavin, 7; Andrew, 3; and Andrea, 6. Her youngest child, Dallas, 8 months, is not in the picture. After hearing a smoke detector go off, Matlock got herself and her children out of the home safely. ( Bart Ah You/ The Modesto Bee) Modesto Bee

Mom leads 4 kids to safety from burning Modesto home

October 29, 2007 10:32 AM

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