Police were called to a trailer fire in Pulaski County Wednesday night and now the woman who lived there says she's homeless.
State Police are investigating the cause. Police say they responded to a domestic violence complaint before the fire, but it’s not known if the two events are related. The woman who lived in the home with her children says she doesn't know what she is going to do.
"I have nothing. My kids have no clothes. All their toys are gone. Main thing is I got my kids out. Second thing is the pictures of them when they were babies. That's not replaceable," said Amanda Adams.
Adams says she doesn't understand why arson would be suspected because she thinks the fire was sparked by some kind of electrical problem.
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