All four of the people injured and two other family members live in the Chili home. Joe Ogg is married to Katelyn and he's the children's father. Joe's brother, David, lives in the basement
The house on Golden Road still stands. Not destroyed but heavily damaged by smoke and water. Investigators haven't released the cause.
Joe Ogg went to work as usual early Thursday morning. A few hours later, his mother, wife and two children were pulled from the burning home.
Joe's boss at Monroe Tech, Chris Tobin, was there when he got the news.
"Seeing it online and not having a lot of information was definitely hard. Trying to find information at the time, no one really had a lot so it was definitely very stressful for him," said Chris Tobin.
Joe's brother, David, also works at Monroe Tech. Joe and Katelyn are newlyweds. They got married in April and had high hopes for a bright future with their young family.
"You're looking forward to so many things in life and your future and to have a huge situation like this happen is just extremely devastating," said Tobin.
Chris says the people at Monroe Tech are like a family. This tragedy has affected them all.
"It's not easy. As a friend, you hurt. As a father, it's rough. There's so many emotions that you go through from the very second we found out to even today. There are still a lot of questions unanswered," said Tobin.
"I really hope they can get through this. That everyone comes out of this with a great result and they really can just as a family get through it together and move on," said Tobin.
Monroe Tech is asking for you to help the Ogg family with clothes, furniture and other household items. Tobin says Joe has been at the hospital, hopeful that his family will be okay.
You can drop off donations to the following locations:
Parma Christian Fellowship Church
590 North Avenue
Hilton, NY 14468
Spencerport Assembly of God
3940 Canal Road
Spencerport, NY 14559
For any questions or concerns, call Monroe Tech at 392-8324