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Girl injured in arson who wished for Christmas cards gets one from the White House

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NEW YORK — Safyre Terry — the young girl injured in an arson fire whose wish for Christmas cards went viral — just got a card from President Obama and the First Lady, according to TMZ.

The envelope arrived Tuesday — just in time for Christmas — with a signed photo of the First Family and their dogs, Bo and Sunny.

(Photo: Evan Lauber via TMZ)

(Photo: Evan Lauber via TMZ)

Michelle Obama also wrote a personal message for Terry, who lost her family and was badly burned in a 2013 fire.

“With your kind heart and courageous spirit, we know there is no limit to what you can achieve in your life,” wrote the First Lady. “So always dream big dreams, and remember that we believe in you.”

Photos and portions of this story via TMZ

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