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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The five-year-old girl who survived a fire that killed her siblings in a New Albany home is walking with some help from nurses and doctors.
Her grandmother, Marie Clark, sent WDRB video from the Indianapolis hospital where Taty'Ana is recovering.
You can see she is now walking mostly on her own.
She even got a chance to look at photos on the wall and play with some of the toys in the children's area.
Taty'Ana suffered burns on over 20 percent of her body.
She finally got to do more walking, after showing her grandmother and the nurses that she could earlier in the week.
And at least one area business wants to help her on her road to recovery. On March 13, Texas Roadhouse in Clarksville will give 10 percent of
its food sales to the Hughes family for funeral and medical expenses.
18-year-old Cody Cashion and three teenage girls are accused in the fatal fire that left her injured.
Police say Cashion started it by shooting a flare gun into the home.