After a house fire early on Saturday morning in West Baltimore’s Rosemont neighborhood, three kids perished.
At 4:34 a.m., the Baltimore Fire Department posted on social media that firefighters had taken five individuals, two adults and three children, in serious condition, from the site of a house fire on Brighton Street to a hospital.
Charles Pleasant remarked, “I just saw the place burn up,” as he sat on a veranda across the street. I first heard the woman screaming at three in the morning. “My babies, my babies, somebody get my babies,” the woman cried as she fled.
According to Pleasant, the noise began sometime between 2:30 and 3 a.m. The department announced on social media at 5:29 a.m. that the three kids had passed away from their wounds.
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While the adult male was outside the house when firefighters arrived, according to Baltimore City Fire Department Chief Roman Clark, they managed to free a mother as well as three children, ages 1, 2, and 7, who were trapped inside. While the man had been freed, the wife was remained in severe condition as of Saturday afternoon.
“We saved three kids and one adult. We also transported another male victim who was outside to the hospital, according to Clark. “Investigators are on the scene. They are looking into the potential origin of this specific fire. That’s basically all I have at the moment.
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