A statue of Jesus is all that remained of a Sevier County, Tennessee, house that was destroyed by this week's deadly wildfires. 

The photo went viral today after being shared by WVLT-TV reporter Kelsey Leyrer on Twitter. 

Just yesterday, we shared with you the story of a Dollywood theme park employee in Gatlinburg that found a single Bible page amid the debris. 

Leyrer reported that another family, whose house burned to the ground, was desperate to recover their grandfather's Purple Heart. 

At least 10 people have died in the fires and 80 were injured, with hundreds of homes and businesses destroyed. 

Leyrer shared another photo of exhausted firefighters asleep on pavement following the long hours battling the flames.

Country legend Dolly Parton, whose Great Smoky Mountain resort did not sustain major damage, pledged to donate $1,000 each month to Sevier County families who lost their homes.

Read the latest on the fire damage, here.


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