Fire damage

The Guilman’s home was deemed to be “unlivable” because of the fire.

NORTH SMITHFIELD – On Friday, Aug. 26, Payton Guilman was home alone. Both of her parents were at work as she went about her normal routine on a summer day, which included waking up late and taking the dogs out. Her mother, Christine Guilman, works at a local urgent care on Eddie Dowling Highway, while her father, Isiah Guilman, works as a mechanic for Homecare Auto. Guilman also has two younger siblings who were not home at the time.

Christine Guilman tells The Breeze that as her teenage daughter was downstairs going about her morning, she smelled smoke, but she didn’t think anything of it at first.

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