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One Year Later: Hulett Street Fire Vigil

This photograph was given to CBS6 by Sa'fyre Terry's family. It shows her on July 9, 2013, the first day the family was able to do more than touch her big toe.

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Sa'Fyre, 4th child injured in the Hulett Street fireThe girl's family was not prepared to share a picture of Sa'fyre as she looks now. Their wish was to not focus on her as much as their desire to see someone who knows who set the fire come forward with information. Their hope was the image of Sa'fyre in the hospital might set off pangs of guilt in someone who might decide to talk to police.Liz Dolder, Sa'fyre's aunt and sole custodian, said it was not until the day that picture was taken that family were allowed to touch any part of her besides her big toe. She did not speak until December. She was first taken to the burn unit at Westchester Medical Center and later spent two months at the Shriner's Hospital in Boston, the hospital that released her to go home in February. A recent video shows Sa'fyre wearing a cape, singing along to a movie and acting out the part of the ice queen in the film, Frozen. Many who have seen it use the word "amazing" to describe her progress - a girl whose aunt says was not expected to survive.