NEW INFORMATION: Benefit funds set up for victims of Gilmanton fire

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DURAND, Wis. (WEAU) -- Benefit funds have now been set up for a family hurt in a fire in Gilmanton.

Dean Nelson, 31, Gretchen Husein, 28, and Molli Ellis, 5, were all hurt in the fire. One fund is set up at Security Financial Bank in Durand. People can make donations under the "Dean-Gretchen-Molli Fund." There are also two funds set up for the victims at Royal Credit Union. You can contribute to the "Dean Nelson Benefit Fund" or the "Molli Ellis Benefit Fund" at any RCU branch, or by calling member service. The fire happened at their home on State Highway 121 on February 8. Nelson and Ellis were taken to a burn center in Minnesota.

A family member says they were both released from the hospital this week. Husein had minor injuries.

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