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Victims in need of help after Westbrook mobile home fire


A Vanderburgh County woman burned in a mobile home fire is asking for help for her family.

Rayann Page lived in the home in the Westbrook Mobile Home Court with her husband, two children, and her dad. 

Last week, authorities say food left on the stove caused the fire destroying the home and injuring Page.  

She says her and her family are in good condition physically, but they're struggling to replace their lost possessions.

"I never imagined it would ever happen to me or my family. Never imagined that it'd happen so suddenly that we were all lucky to make it out alive," Page says.

She says the family is thankful for what people have given them so far. 

Anyone who wants to donate money can do so at the Sterling United Federal Credit Union located on Franklin Street. The account is called "The Barnett Family Fund."

Those wanting to donate other items, like clothing or shoes, can contact Rayann Page directly. For Page's phone number, please email our reporter Jessica Schmidt at

Clothing size information:

Page's daughter, Alesa (3-years-old):

  • Clothes – 3-4 toddler / Shoes - size 9

Page's son, Nathan (7-years-old):

  • Clothes – 7-8 / Shoes – size 2

Page's husband, Shane:

  • Clothes – 2X shirt, 34-36 pants  / Shoes – size 12

Rayann Page:

  • Clothes – small shirt, 3-5 pants / Shoes – size 7

Rayann's dad, Glenn Page:

  • Clothes - 4X chirt, 48-30 pants / Shoes - size 12 wide, coat size 4-5X / socks - size 11 tube socks, belt size - 52, gloves - large
  • Glenn is a truck driver and he also a lot of items in the fire that he takes on the road with him -  microwave with inverter, towels, washrags, blankets, pillows, minifridge, small plasma TV, alarm clock, sheets
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