A south Nashville family escaped their burning home Sunday morning but lost all of their possessions.
What's more terrifying, had it not been for a family member who just happened to wake up, they might not have gotten out in time.
The Soto family lost everything, their home and everything inside. But thankfully the couple, their two babies and another family member were able to escape.
Jaclyn Soto's husband tried to go back inside to salvage what he could, but the flames proved to be too much, getting burned, but not seriously injured.
Firefighters are still trying to figure out what caused the blaze. The Soto family is working on setting up a fund at Bank of America because they did not have insurance. The Red Cross is also assisting.
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