Montco – The young sons of a Montgomery County sheriff’s deputy died as fire tore through their home less than two weeks before Christmas. The blaze left the boys’ parents and young sister hurt. Flames broke out Wednesday morning around 5 in the Schwenksville, Pennsylvania home Deputy Sheriff Bryan Lukens shares with his wife Tracy and their three children along Summit Avenue, the county said in a news release. Car Slams Onto Front Yard in Deadly Hit & Run Crash Lukens, his wife and their 9-year-old daughter, Soffia, made it out of the home. Bryan Jr., 11, and Parker, 6, died on the second floor, state police said.
This about the most horrific and sad experience anyone can go through. I can’t even imagine. By all accounts, and from the numerous emails, DM’s, and tips we’ve received today, this is one upstanding and amazing family in Montgomery County. Bryan Lukens is a war hero who served in the Iraq War apparently did all he could to save his wife and daughter during the blaze, but tragically he could not save his two sons.
If you’d like to help out the family in this heartbreaking time, a GoFundMe page has been set up to accept donations.