The fire triggered the loft to fall
Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles It is thought the fire began from a laptop in the bedroom prior to spreading out all over the home, blowing windows out and triggering the loft to fail into the living-room.
Joanne’s niece Carla Bresnahan, 36, is now asking people to donate to a GoFundMe she set up to assist her family.
Carla described the household has currently gone through a lot this year as Rebecca, 20, had a brain tumour got rid of.
Pictures shared of the family home show the level of the damage brought on by the fire – indicating they have actually lost everything they had.
Carla informed the Liverpool Echo: “It was Saturday night and her child Rebecca remained in the bedroom. She ‘d gone downstairs to purchase a Chinese and she was just downstairs about five minutes to place the order.
All the windows in the house broke too because of the fire”Her mum Joanne heard a crackling sound or something upstairs. She didn’t know what it was so she went upstairs to check and Rebecca’s room was completely swallowed up in flames.
“She’s yelled to her partner ‘there’s a fire in Rebecca’s room’ and went down to get pails of water.
“As they’ve returned upstairs the fire was regrettable for them to return up. It was so bad.
“They’ve got the dogs and gone outside, gone to the neighbours and called the fire brigade.”
Carla said: “The loft is now in the living room. The fire brigade could not believe how quickly it’s gone through.
“They’ve lost definitely everything.
“Joanne’s child has not long had a brain tumour got rid of. She’s only 20.
“They’ve gone through so much this year.”
Carla said Joanne and her partner Jason are presently remaining in a hotel while Rebecca is remaining at a buddy’s home.
The family have actually been told it will take 9 months before they can return into the property and they have lost all of their possessions.
Carla said: “Joanne’s just in shock. She’s trying to put a brave face on and keeps stating ‘we’re all still alive that’s all that matters’, but there’s going to come a day when she breaks down.
“She was so embarrassed that I’ve put the page up and that individuals have been assisting however naturally we’re going to help as much as we can.”
You can donate to the GoFundMe page by clicking here