Five children killed in fire at USA daycare centre

Paul Laughlin 57 places stuffed animals on Sunday Aug. 11 2019 outside a home at 1248 West 11th St. in Erie Pa. where multiple people died in an early-morning fire

Five children killed, mother hurt in overnight house fire in Pennsylvania

An early morning fire at a 24-hour daycare in Pennsylvania Sunday killed five children.

Four of the victims were siblings who were being cared for at the care center, the fire chief said.

Five children died in a home in Pennsylvania that was registered as a daycare on Sunday morning, authorities said.

Reportedly, there was only one smoke detector and the fire might have started from the living room.

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"So we are all at a loss, trying to figure out how this happened", she said.

No names of the victims have yet been released, and detectives are working to determine whether they were staying at the day care, according to police.

According to Erie News Now, first responders appeared to be attempting to revive the children as they were wheeled away from the scene on stretchers.

The Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership, a non-profit, lists the address of the home as the Harris Family Daycare.

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Erie police detectives said the owner was in stable condition, the newspaper reported.Santone said a neighbour was also injured.

When firefighters arrived about 1:15 the house the first floor was engulfed and flames were funneling out of every window, news media reported.

An electric overload is suspected of starting the fire, but the exact cause remains under investigation. "I like to get them in early, teach them, instill in them their values before they get out there in the world".

The woman was flown to University of Pittsburgh Medical Center for treatment, authorities said. The seventh person rescued, believed to be a teenager, escaped with minor injuries and was not hospitalized, the spokesperson said.

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The newspaper reported that the injured woman is the owner of the daycare.

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