Wakes held for 3 victims of Huguenot fire

Wake services were held in Port Jervis Thursday for the three girls who were killed in a Huguenot house fire.

Hundreds of people filed into Grey-Parker Funeral Home to mourn the loss of 12-year-old Kassandra Dorritie, her 10-year-old sister Julia, and their friend, 12-year-old Devon Fahey.

According to an autopsy report, the girls died of smoke inhalation when a fire broke out at 106 Peenpack Trail Monday.

Funeral services for Fahey will be held Friday at St. Joseph's Church in Matamoras, Pa. The Dorritie sisters will be laid to rest Saturday at St. Mary's Church in Port Jervis.

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