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New Albany child, fire survivor leads the way in parade

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An award was given to the firefighter who rescued Tatyana. An award was given to the firefighter who rescued Tatyana.

NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) - A parade celebrated a child's return home after spending more than two months in a hospital.

Tatyana Hughes, 5, survived an early January fire that killed her three siblings. Hughes was released from Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis Friday afternoon.

[PREVIOUS STORY: Surviving Angel of deadly fire home from hospital]

The homecoming parade began at the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library with the New Albany Fire Department leading the way. The parade ended at the Griffin Street Recreation Center where an award was given to the firefighter who rescued Tatyana.

She was hurt in the January 4 arson that killed her three siblings, Trinity Hughes, age 2, Tyrese Hughes, age 4, and Tai'zah Hughes, age 6, in a home on Ealy Street.

[PREVIOUS STORY: Triple fatal New Albany fire ruled arson, suspect charged]

Police have arrested Cody Cashion, 18, Kylie Jenks, 19, Shelby Makowsky, 18 and a 17-year-old juvenile in connection to the fire where investigators said Cashion fired a flare into the house.

Tatyana and her siblings were visiting the house. The person police say Cashion intended to be the target was not home.

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