Condition of Woman Injured in Chili Fire Improves
A woman injured in a January fire at home in Chili has been upgraded from guarded to satisfactory condition at Strong Hospital.
Judy Ogg, 67, has improved after being rescued from a fire that started in the basement of her home.
Sheriff's deputies say a postal worker saw black smoke coming from the back of the home, called 911, and then rescued Judy who was hanging out of a window.
Firefighters rescued her daughter, 24-year-old Kaitlyn Ogg, and Kaitlyn's children: four-year-old R.J. Lockwood and seven-month-old Mara Ogg.
The rest of the family remains in guarded condition at Strong.