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KNOX COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - On Monday, investigators returned to the scene of a fire that killed seven people.
The fire broke out early Saturday morning on Sam Parker Road in Gray Community of Knox County.
Jesse Disney, his fiance Nina Asher, her three-year-old William Michael Frank Gray Jr., her two-year-old Camden Lee Gray, her eight-month-old Abigail Danielle Gray, their friends soon-to-be three-year-old Peyton and her two-year-old sister Brielle Cox, along with an unborn child just three months in the mother's womb all lost their lives in the fire.
Jesse Disney's brother tells us his family has started making funeral arrangements, but they won't be able to make anything final until the medical examiner releases the bodies. The bodies will not be released until the autopsies are complete on Tuesday.
We're told Vankirk-Grisell Funeral Home will handle the arrangements for Peyton and Brielle Cox.
Relatives say one thing they would like everyone to know is that Asher and Disney meant the world to so many and they did so much to make sure the kids had a good life.
Investigators still don't know the exact cause of the fire, but they do say it did not involve foul play.