Confirmed: Girls burn to death in Clarendon





Two sisters aged ten and seven were burned to death in a fire at a house located in Mount Hymus, Pennant, Clarendon last night.

Firefighters from the Chapelton Fire Department, were summoned to the scene as residents could only save the sister's four-year-old brother from the blaze which began sometime after 8 pm.

The charred remains of 7-year-old Bianca McKenzie and 10-year-old Junelle McKenzie were later recovered by the police.

A search has now been launched for the whereabouts of the children's mother who reportedly fled the scene.



  
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Janet Evans 29/03/2013 20:13:06
that so sad......may their soul rest in peace.
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Reid Rudolph 29/03/2013 19:04:51
Am i reading right , did it say (MOTHER) then what next,,
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Richard Lawrence 29/03/2013 18:34:58
When you hear about these incidents you often wonder, but when you find out that its your relatives.
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Heston Boothe 29/03/2013 17:18:11
The name of the place is Mount Hindmost!!!
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