Five children, including 1-year-old twins, died in a late-night fire that swept through an OH house after neighbors were awakened by a loud boom, firefighters said Monday.
Most of the damage was on the home's first floor, leading investigators to believe that's where the fire started, Wright said. They were given CPR and taken to a nearby hospital, but they later died there from their injuries. They ranged in age from 1 to 9, the youngest being twins.
Firefighters say five children were in the house at the time.
Firefighters say the woman jumped from a second-floor window and was the only survivor of the blaze in Youngstown.
Her boyfriend, Justin Viera, said flames were shooting out of the first floor windows.
The home in Youngstown, Ohio, that caught on fire.
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Police tape marks off part of the scene after a deadly fire on Dec. 9, 2018, in Youngstown, Ohio, Dec. 10, 2018.Five children died in a house fire in Youngstown, Ohio, Dec. 9.
Melissa Thomas does not even know the victims, but she stopped with her daughters Elissa and Marissa Simione to drop off stuffed animals in honor of them. "I can't imagine five".
A fire at a home in Ohio Sunday killed five children between the ages of one and nine years old.
During a meeting of city leaders Monday morning, 6th Ward Councilwoman Anita Davis, the Mahoning Valley Sojourn to the Past, and others began trying to find a way to support the family who has lost their loved ones.
"I got two kids", she said.
Wright said that the smoke detectors were working and that they were going off when firefighters arrived on the scene, The Vindicator reported. The motive for that fire was a dispute over a cell phone.