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Bodies Of Two Children Found At Dennery Fire Scene

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Emergency responders have reported finding the bodies of two children aged two and five at a fire scene in La Caye, Dennery.

The Dennery fire station received a distress call at about 9:38 am on Thursday and rushed to the fire scene, where the responders found a wooden structure fully engulfed in flames.

According to reports, the firefighters extinguished the blaze, but afterwards they found the bodies of the children.

There are no further details at present.

(Story has been updated)

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10 COMMENTS

  1. It is the system that is causing all that in st Lucia as I am sure that the mother was at work trying to earn 2 to 3 EC dollars an hour to provide for her children . It clearly shows that the 2 political parties have failed single parents in st Lucia

  2. My goodness me! The news that these 2 children have died is tragic enough but for St lucia times to have the headlines as “charred bodies” is very disturbing! Show some sensitivity. The word “charred” is too descriptive and should have been left out. I cannot imagine the degree of pain they would have gone through. My heart bleeds for their loved ones! May their little souls rest peacefully.

  3. This is indeed a sad time for all of us especially mothers with children…may the two little angels rest in perfect peace.
    ❤️ Felt condolences to the bereaved family..May God strengthen them in this unfortunate situation..

  4. I would like to know more about this story, this sounds a little strange to me, where were the adults? Hopefully the children died in their sleep and did not have any pain, bless their little hearts, RIP.

  5. To the mother of these children,
    I know you must be in too much pain to comprehend what has just happened.
    You when out for just a while, to get food for these same little ones you left asleep think ing you would be back before they wake up.
    May God give me you strength and courage.
    This is a hard lesson.

  6. It is so sad ,that in a situation as terrible as this ,Freemason you continue to play politics.. SAD SAD.

    May their souls rest in perfect peace.

    We seems to be sympathizing with the mother, please remember the kids also had a father/s.

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