OKLAHOMA CITY -- A pregnant woman, who was critically injured in a deadly house fire in Norman last week, has been released from the hospital while two others remain in critical condition.
Twenty-two-year-old Amber Larkins was released from Integris Hospital Tuesday and is recovery at home with her newborn baby. Doctors were forced to perform a C-Section on Larkins after she jumped through a window to save herself from the burning home.
Forty-six-year-old Kelly Larkins and 19-year-old Daniel Larkins were critically injured in the blaze. Both remained in critical condition Tuesday at Integris Hospital.
Two children, 2-year-old Savry Larkins and 7-year-old Michael Larkins, were killed in the fire.
Fire officials said the cause of the fire was discarded smoking material.