Four siblings of twin children were killed instantly in a fire at their home in Sutton, Britain, while his father described his health as devastating after the incident.
Four-year-old twins Kayson and Bryson and three-year-old twins Leighton and Logan died in the tragic fire that paramedics were unable to save their lives.
The grieving father told British newspapers: “They are very smart and loving boys. I was devastated after they left.”
For his part, Richard Mills, deputy commissioner of the fire department in London, said firefighters were called to a house on Collingwood Street, where they found a very large fire, and that four boys were inside the house, which was completed by firefighters. They entered the home and took the four children outside to give them CPR, where they were taken to two hospitals in south London, where they were pronounced dead.
The 24-year-old woman, who did not want to be named, told the Mirror that the boys would often come to her shop with their mother: “They are always holding hands, very well behaved and very polite.”
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