Leigh Chesney (left) and her daughter Layne, 14 (right). Layne was burned on 95 percent of her body when a gas can she was holding over a bonfire exploded on New Year’s Eve in Fort Pierce. She’s being treated at the burn center at Kendall Regional Medical Center in Miami.
Leigh Chesney (left) and her daughter Layne, 14 (right). Layne was burned on 95 percent of her body when a gas can she was holding over a bonfire exploded on New Year’s Eve in Fort Pierce. She’s being treated at the burn center at Kendall Regional Medical Center in Miami. Leigh Chesney Go Fund Me
Leigh Chesney (left) and her daughter Layne, 14 (right). Layne was burned on 95 percent of her body when a gas can she was holding over a bonfire exploded on New Year’s Eve in Fort Pierce. She’s being treated at the burn center at Kendall Regional Medical Center in Miami. Leigh Chesney Go Fund Me

Girl told mom she was making s’mores with friends on New Year’s Eve. Then tragedy hit.

January 03, 2018 12:44 PM