DEPOY, Ky. (WBKO) -- It's been nearly five months since one of the deadliest fires in Kentucky history took the lives of nine people at the Watson Family home in Muhlenberg County.
The last time we visited that home, a memorial laid at the front of the charred remains of what was once a house. Wednesday the foundation of the home was surrounded by overgrown brush and no signs of the memorial are visible. However police tape, a text book, and a children's playground are still scattered throughout the property.
Jagoe Homes has pledged to build Chad and Kylie Watson a new home that's expected to move forward later this year.
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