Incidents of fire has been being reported all over the country from unkwown source in recent days. Leaving Kenyans worried on what is happening on recent days. We have lost people through fire and unkwown properties have been burnt through fire.picture courtesy
On Tuesday night residents from Molo, Elburgorn are left mourning after fire burnt three children to death. Police confirm the night incident.
The fire burnt the three children to death in there house where they were in, in Elburgorn. The three kids are aged 6 years old ,5 years old and 4 years old. They were burnt beyond recognition.
Police have have started investigation to know the cause of the fire. The bodies of the children have been take the mortuary giving way the police to conduct investigation.
Unkwown properties were also Burt in the hose which is yet to be unveiled. Parents are urged to take care of their children and residents are advised to be careful at night.
Let there souls rest in peace goon to soon.To the family may God grant them strength.source
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