Man improving after surviving Ballston Lake fire

May 28, 2018 05:03 PM

A man that was badly injured in a house fire in Ballston Lake earlier this month is improving. Glenn Broadbent was able to sit up Sunday and even took a brief walk.

He and his wife Janet lost their oldest son in that fire at their home. Glenn tried to rescue him.

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Two of their other children with disabilities were also hospitalized due to the fire. They have since been released.

The couple adopted 10 children with special needs over the past 30 years. They lost everything in the house fire.


WNYT Staff

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