Fire Victim Asks For Your Help

One D'Iberville woman is asking the community for help.

Terri Anderson came home from substitute teaching Tuesday to find her home at the Pelican Park Mobile Home Park destroyed.

As we reported earlier this week, Anderson's ex-boyfriend, Douglas Booth, was arrested and charged with arson and burglary of the home.

Anderson says the community has stepped in to help replace some of the things she and her two daughters lost, and they're grateful for all of the help.

"The American Red Cross has been real helpful for my family. They helped us with food, clothes, mattresses, linens, and they also helped with a hotel for a few nights for us," said Anderson.

But Anderson is asking for donations for clothes for her two little girls.

An account has been set up at the Hancock Bank in Terri Anderson's name, or you can call 818-0196 for details on the children's sizes.