Gloria Hernandez, second from right, a paralegal and farmworker's advocate, helps steady Wilder Vasquez, 16, as he explains to members of the Lions Club, Immokalee Fire Department and Farmworker's Association what happened to him in March when his trailer was set on fire. The three different agencies met in order to organize a way to deliver fire detectors to the migrant community. Wilder's home did not have fire detectors and he and four others were injured and five others killed. His mother, sister and brother all died in the blaze.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Gloria Hernandez, second from right, a paralegal and farmworker's advocate, helps steady Wilder Vasquez, 16, as he explains to members of the Lions Club, Immokalee Fire Department and Farmworker's Association what happened to him in March when his trailer was set on fire. The three different agencies met in order to organize a way to deliver fire detectors to the migrant community. Wilder's home did not have fire detectors and he and four others were injured and five others killed. His mother, sister and brother all died in the blaze.

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