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Five children die after their dormitory catches fire in Pennsylvania

Five small children died early on Sunday morning in a blaze at the home they were living in, in Pennsylvania. The home is a dormitory where children whose parents work night shifts, sleep.

Four of the five children, who were siblings aged between 10 months and eight years of age, were asleep at the residence while their parents were at work. The Police are investigating the fire which began at around 7.15am. One of the adults who was at the home had to be taken to hospital for treatment.

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