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Junior League collecting donations for Berea fire victims

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Berea fire survivors reunited with their dog (Courtesy: Ali Kay) Berea fire survivors reunited with their dog (Courtesy: Ali Kay)
The scene of the deadly fire in Berea (FOX Carolina) The scene of the deadly fire in Berea (FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Junior League of Greenville is collecting donations to give to the children who survived the deadly Berea fire.

The Junior League's Nearly New Shop, located at 118 Greenacre Road, is asking for clothes and toys for the 4-year-old and 6-year-old boys.

A teenage family member was able to get the two young brothers and another child to safety when a fire destroyed a mobile home on Hunts Bridge Road early Saturday morning.

The two boys' parents and 1-year-old brother died in the fire.

“The Junior League of Greenville is here to help those who are in need. Our hearts go out to the children who lost their loved ones and we hope our small act of kindness will go a long way in helping them through this difficult time,” said Dr. Kathryn Freedman, president of the Junior League of Greenville.

The Junior League asks anyone who can to bring items to the store Monday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Donors are asked to bring items to the back of the building and ring the bell for assistance.

Designate that the donations are for the Berea fire victims.

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