That new information comes from the State Fire Marshal. Who says the fire broke out in a bedroom of that Oceanway mobile home... but an exact cause is NOT known. We've also learned the ONLY person to survive the fire, 6- year-old Hattie Fowler, has just been released from the hospital. Hattie's three siblings were killed: They are 10-month-old Janet , 2-year-old Rachel , and 4- year-old Richard . Their grandmother also died, 53-year old Shelia Swearingen... The children's parents were both in jail at the time, but were released so they can be with their daughter. We are live at the home where the fire happened... but first, Channel 4's Ashley Harding is at Wolfson Children's Hospital, where Hattie WAS treated. Ashley, if she's been released, we have to assume she's doing much better? 3 3 3 She certainly is.Today we talked to her parents here at the hospital where they tell us, she was painting pictures. They say she's also being incredibly brave. In the meantime, they're grieving the loss of her siblings. 3 00-1020-26TRACK An emotional reunion between Clayton Woods, and the 13-year old boy his family credits with saving his six-year old granddaughter, Hattie Fowler, after the family's mobile home went up in flames.Hattie was immediately rushed to the hospital, and is recovering at Wolfson Children's Hospital. Her three younger siblings didn't make it.28:11-- "My heart? Pain. It won't go away. I don't how I'm going to deal with it.TRACK Hattie's mother, Jennifer Fowler, broke down as she held her family's picture as she talked about the deaths of her babies, and her mother, Shelia Swearingen.32:07--32:18 "It's something that I can't believe happened. I see it on the news every day and I feel so sorry for their families, but I never thought it would happen to mine."TRACK Firefighters are still trying to determine the cause. But Fowler says her mother, Shelia Swearingen, was one of the first to realize what had happened...and tried desperately to save the three children.30:22--30:42 "Mom was trying to get into where the four year old and the three year old was to get them out the room.Obviously she didn't have time, then the house went boom."TRACK Fowler describes her son, Bubba Jr., as the type to always help his father. She says her daughter Rachel was "mommy's little girl" who adored being around her.. And then there's the lttlest, Janet.32:50--33:02 Janet was just starting to sit up, she broke her first tooth. I told her she was going to be the unique one because all of them have blonde hair and she come out with the brown hair. "TRACK Fowler says her focus now is on Hattie--whom she says is being incredibly brave. She also offers this emotional plea to other parents:33:57--34:06 "I wouldn't wish this on nobody. Keep your kids close tight with you. " 3 Another thing the family is very concerned about is paying for these funerals. They're very worried about that.They say a fund will be set up this week.Once we know more about that, we will share that information with our viewers. Ashley, did the Fowlers say anything about Hattie ... moving forward and recovering EMOTIONALLY?Answer: Yeah, they mentioned that she would probably go through counseling to help her do just that. Throughout the day, the community has been visiting the scene, to pay their respects, and to remember the lives lost. Investigators have also been there, collecting evidence, in hopes of figuring out what caused this tragedy. Channel 4's Hailey Winslow talked to officials and neighbors-- and joins us now live from the mobile home... Hailey? 3 00-0507-1024-2947-50120- 123Cousins of the little kids killed in this fire - drop off teddy bears on the front steps. This is an older picture of 2 of the Fowler kids who died - 4-year old Richard Jr.known as "Bubba," and 2-year old Rachel. 10 month old Janet and the kids' 53-year old grandmother - Sheila Swearingen also passed away.13-year old Robert Pritchard is reliving what happened yesterday evening -- riding his bike down Palmetto St. to his grandmother's house...when he saw flames inside this mobile home.he raced inside and rescued 6- year old Hattie... but a wall of FIRE kept him from going back in...Pritchard ran home to grab his dad and call 911... Dispatch got the first call at 5:40 pm...Four minutes later, engine 135 and rescue 35 arrived...The state fire marshal's office is hoping autopsy results and an interview with little Hattie will help determine what started this tragic fire. 3 Hailey...I know investigators have been working hard to find out what started the fire, any idea where the investigation heads next? Here's a recap of what we know: Investigators believe the fire started in one of the bedrooms, but still cannot pinpoint an exact cause. Four people were killed-- a 10-month-old girl, a 2-year-old girl, a 4-year-old boy, and their 53-year-old grandmother. The only survivor is a 6-year-old girl, has been released from the hospital and is now with family. This tragedy has shaken the community. And when firefighters describe HOW it happened-- they say the home went up in flames almost INSTANTLY... making it difficult for ANYONE to get out alive... The death rate for fires in mobile homes is much higher than the death rate for fires in any other type of dwelling. One of the reasons ... is a mobile home is much smaller, and can burn up 3 Here's a recap of what we know: Investigators believe the fire started in one of the bedrooms, but still cannot pinpoint an exact cause. Four people were killed-- a 10-month-old girl, a 2-year-old girl, a 4-year-old boy, and their 53-year-old grandmother. The only survivor is a 6-year-old girl, she's been released from the hospital and is now with family. 3 This tragedy has shaken the community. And when firefighters describe HOW it happened-- they say the home went up in flames almost INSTANTLY... making it difficult for ANYONE to get out alive... The death rate for fires in mobile homes is much higher than the death rate for much higher than mobile homes is much higher than the death rate for fires in any other type of dwelling.