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1 Baby Dead And 5 Injured Nashville Fire

1 Baby Dead And 5 Injured Nashville Fire
1 Baby Dead And 5 Injured Nashville Fire

Video: 1 Baby Dead And 5 Injured Nashville Fire

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Nashville police confirmed that a fierce fire killed an 8-month-old baby and left 5 children between the ages of one and six years injured, one seriously. According to the police, the mothers of the minors had gone to a club to party when the fire occurred.

At around 2:00 am, Nashville time, the Fire Department responded to the emergency call to put out a fire in apartments located on Hickory Lane in Antioch Township, in Nashville urban area, as confirmed by an official statement issued on networks.

When the first fire department arrived, they found the house covered in thick smoke and huge flames. Inside they found the 6 minors alone, which had been confirmed by an operator who had reported "several people" trapped inside the apartment.

A witness told police that a 6-year-old boy ran out of the apartment asking to save his brothers who were trapped inside. Thanks to this, firefighters were able to save the other four wounded. "Unfortunately an 8-month-old baby did not survive the fire and died at the site," police reported.

Fire kills baby in Nashville while mom at night club
Fire kills baby in Nashville while mom at night club

According to the police, the mothers of the children, whose ages range from 23 to 25, were in a club at the time of the incident. When they returned to the apartment, the firefighters and police were already at the scene.

The deceased baby has been identified as Jream Jenkins. His 2-year-old brother is hospitalized in a "critical" condition, according to the Fire Department. According to the police, both children lived in the apartment where the fire occurred.

The rest of the survivors are still hospitalized and according to the police they live in Linden, Tennesee. Her condition has not been reported.

The Red Cross is helping families affected by the fire in the building that suffered smoke damage. The investigation to determine the causes of the incident is ongoing.

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