Fire consumes Carrabelle family’s home

Published: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 10:40 AM.

Morrow and son Brandon both said they had been shocked by the refrigerator.

“Light bulbs started blowing for no reason and you couldn’t touch the refrigerator, stove or water faucet for a half hour after the floor was mopped without getting shocked,” she said.

Morrow and family are currently staying at the home of newlyweds Crystal and Harvey Barrack.

Morrow said she plans to return home to Alabama as soon as she can raise money to make the trip. Unemployed and filing for disability, she was widowed in 2010. An account is being set up at Centennial Bank in her name to accept donations.

Four of her animals disappeared during the fire. They are a red female Chihuahua named Scrappy with a scar on her left hip and an elderly female Jack Russell/Chihuahua mix that is missing four front teeth and is blind in her left eye. The second dog has a peanut shaped mark on her back and is red and white. Her name is Daisy May. Both dogs have been spotted in the area of Three Rivers Road . Also missing are two cats, Smokey, a brow and gray Maine Coon and Tigger a large yellow tabby male who Brandon Morrow described as looking like Garfield .

If you spot any of the animals or have retrieved them, or would like to help the Morrow family, please call (205) 393-9198.

Morrow said she wishes to thank everyone who has helped during this crisis.

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