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A Sioux City apartment is destroyed after a fire on Wednesday. Today we learned what sparked the blaze at the home off of Hornick Avenue.
The fire department says an unattended candle was left burning in one room. There were smoke alarms in the home. One smoke alarm in the hallway did go off, but the other one in the room of the fire did not go off.
The family that lived in the home didn't have renters insurance, but Siouxlanders are stepping up to help them out.
Friends and family of Travis and Amanda Pollard have made several posts on Facebook and Craigslist, asking for donations, and their shocked by the outcome.
Travis Pollard, says, "The bed is gone, the crib is gone, all of his baby clothes, his books, his toys... We lost all the pictures we had taken with our phones and put on the computer, they're all gone now."
Even though the fire its self was small smoke spread throughout the entire apartment ruining the Pollards belongings.
Travis says, "I'm really surprised by how much everybody's been helping out. I didn't think there was that many nice people anymore."
The Salvation Army has donated cash and food to the couple, they've also been given clothes and other items for their baby.
A man, who responded to the ad on Craigslist, is bringing them a couch all the way from North Dakota.
Amanda says, "We just want to thank everyone who has helped us, who is helping us, who even gives us a light at the end of the tunnel."
They still have a long ways to go to get back on their feet.
They're especially in need of clothes, for themselves and their son, Roger, as well as a crib.
If you are able to help the Pollards out, please call Anthony Pollard at (701) 690-5317.