Posted: Dec 20, 2012 5:28 PM by Katy Harris KXLF News
The Butte community has linked arms to help a young mother and her two children who lost all of their possessions in a Wednesday morning house fire.
Sarah Butorovich had been living at 16 East Fremont Street for the last 16 months as a renter.
She received a phone call from a friend that her house was on fire while she was at work.
She rushed to the home to see the walls come down and smoke billow to the sky as everything she owned burned.
Butorovich says she is thankful the Butte community has come together to help her and her children.
But there are certain items she will never get back that were lost in the fire.
She says, "All the pictures of my children as babies, the videos of them being born. I don't have any pictures of my children left now. I had my parents wedding dishes and pictures of them at prom. I had pictures of me and my brother and sister when we were little and home movies of when we were little. Everything, you know. My kids first shoes, and everything."
You can drop off donations to the Butte Chamber of Commerce and Couture with A & A on Harrison Avenue to help Butorovich.
A fire fund has also been set up for her at American Federal Savings Bank on Harrison Avenue.
Butorovich wears a size 2XL top, size 14 in pants, and 11 for shoes.
Her daughter wears a clothing size 5T and children's shoe size 9.
Her son wears a clothing size 3T and children's shoe size 9.
For more information call the Butte Chamber of Commerce at 723-3177.