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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The two survivors of a Muhlenberg Co., Ky. fire that claimed the lives of nine family members may soon have a new home.
Jagoe Homes is planning to build a home for Chad and Kylie Watson.
Owner Scott Jagoe says the father and daughter have selected their new home, color choices and features inside the home.
Jagoe Homes is currently in the process of site evaluations.
Jagoe says Chad and Kylie selected a lot to build the house, but because the house requires a septic tank, the company is seeking permission from the health department to use the lot.
If it is approved, Jagoe Homes will move ahead with construction.
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