Authorities received multiple calls about the fire at the same time,
Eleven fire companies from
No one was injured in the fire, with Whitmoyer and her husband, son, grandson, mother and two dogs all on their way to
When the family returned, there was "absolutely nothing left" of the house,she said, though firefighters were still trying to put out the blaze.
Four vehicles were also damaged by the flames, two of which were totaled, Whitmoyer said.
The fire was so hot that the siding on the house across the street began to melt, she added.
Whitmoyer said she and her family had been staying in a hotel since the fire, but on Friday they pulled their camper out of the backyard. They plan to take the camper to a friend's house and live there for the foreseeable future, she said.
Whitmoyer was in relatively good spirits on Friday, after having a few days to process everything.
"What am I going to do?" she said. "My family's safe. My dogs are safe. Thank God I have house insurance."
Whitmoyer said she and her husband will now begin clearing the ground to rebuild.
A GoFundMe page has been set up by the Whitmoyer's neighbors to help them replace some of what they lost. The page is accepting monetary and clothing donations for the family. It can be found at https://www.gofundme.com/help-for-george-and-nachelle.
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