Five Die In House Fire

Five people, including two young children and a baby, have been killed in a house fire in Sheffield.

The children, believed to be two boys, aged seven and nine, and a nine-week-old baby died as well as their aunt, 20, and grandmother, 54.

One neighbour said the grandmother ran back inside to try to save the victims.

The children's parents are believed to be "devastated".


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