WILSON, N.Y. (WIVB) - Monday morning, a local family is fighting to regain a sense of normalcy following a deadly house explosion last week.
The Johnson family has now moved into a temporary home in Wilson, provided by a family friend. That update comes from a blog, following the family's progress.
The deadly blast Tuesday morning destroyed their home and killed 14-year-old Sarah Johnson.
Sunday, family members visited Katie Johnson, who spent her 19th birthday in ECMC's burn unit, where she remains in critical condition.
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