AKRON -- Brittany Boggs, the daughter who was out of town when a fire broke out in the early morning hours Monday at her family's home on Fultz Street, is organizing a vigil in their memory.

WKYC reached out to Brittany, asking if her Facebook post detailing the vigil could be used and she agreed.

The seven people killed in that fire were father Dennis Huggins, mother Angela Boggs, Cameron Huggins, Alivia Huggins, Kylle Huggins, Daisia Huggins and Jered Boggs.

Investigators and the State Fire Marshal are still trying determine the cause of a fire that killed five children and their parents. Fire department sources tell WKYC that hot charcoal from a Mother's Day barbecue may have been dumped into a trash receptacle and left near the front of the Fultz Street home.

Arson, however, has not been ruled out.

A GoFundMe page has been established by Brittany to help with funeral expenses for her family. It has a goal of $35,000 and, as of 1 p.m. Tuesday, more than $4,420 had been donated. You can donate here.


Brittany Boggs on Facebook