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Five other departments responded: Moyers Corners, Hinsdale, Mattydale, Cicero and Clay, Brennan said. Maybach Ambulance and the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Department were also on scene, he said.Wednesday morning, Hohler set a bright pink stuffed lion under a tree in the front yard of Rashean and Nezamiyah’s home. It sat alongside a bouquet of flowers and under several rosaries hanging from tree limbs, the start to a memorial for Nezamiyah.
The boy, Rashean White, 7, his older sister, Nezamiyah White, 8, and their grandfather, Anthony Wild, 76, were in the home when the fire started, Onondaga County deputies say.
“They barked a lot and one was locked out of the home once,” Hohler said. “But she loves her dogs and she was very kind and wrote me a letter apologizing and told me she would do better with the dogs, and she did.”“He came running out and said, ‘please get my sister, please,’” said Hohler, 61, who has lived in the Clay neighborhood for the past 30 years. “And for a second I considered it. But with the smoke, I wouldn’t have been able to see a thing.” A cat, three dogs and nine puppies were also inside the home when the house caught fire, Hohler said. The mother of the children, who was at work, also lives in the home, she said. Nezamiyah was found in an upstairs bedroom and pronounced dead at the scene, according to a news release Wednesday from the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office.Clay, N.Y. – A neighbor was watching TV in her living room Tuesday evening when she heard screams and rushed outside to see a child running from flames and smoke coming from the home next door.Nezamiyah White, 8, was found dead after a fire Tuesday night in a bedroom on the second floor of the home on 124 Lawdon St., Clay. Her brother, 7, suffered burns on his hands and their grandfather was in critical condition, deputies said.Darian Stevenson | syracuse.com
Hohler said she stood with Rashean while emergency crew members arrived on scene. He stood with her, in a coat and boots provided by other neighbors, until his mother arrived, she said.Wild and Rashean were taken to Upstate University Hospital, where Rashean was treated for burns on his hands, according Sgt. Jon Seeber, a spokesman for the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office. Wild was in critical condition and later placed on life support, Seeber said.
Hohler added that she’d received a text from Rashean’s mother at about 7:35 p.m. asking if she was home. Hohler said she didn’t see the text message until later that night.The little boy ran out of the burning house on Lawdon Street wearing pants but no shoes or shirt, Nancy Hohler said. He was asking her to get his sister out of the home.
Hohler said she first connected with her neighbors when one of their dogs was accidentally locked out of the home. Hohler volunteers with the Humane Association Of Central New York and offered advice to the household’s mother about dogs.
Fran Stagnitta, 77, who lives across the street, said she heard loud noises and assumed it came from the neighbor to her left. But when she looked outside, she instead saw the home on fire“I opened my window and the house was just in flames,” Stagnitta said. “Flames and smoke were coming out of the window, and I saw a little boy standing outside with Nancy.”