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Neighbors heard the children scream, but they couldn't do anything. The entire community would be shocked

& # 39; All I could hear was screaming & # 39 ;: brothers, 9 and 11, dying in the fire after being left alone for a short time when their mother went shopping and their father started his first day in a new job

  • Two children aged 9 and 11 were killed on Monday in a house fire in Grosse Pointe
  • Neighbors heard the boys calling for help, but they could not leave the house
  • When firefighters finally came in, they discovered that both brothers were unable to work
  • Their mother had left them home alone to do the shopping; their father was at work
  • The fourth and fifth graders were at home because their primary school had a delayed opening on Monday
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Two children died in a house fire after being left alone by their parents in Michigan.

The brothers, 9 and 11 years old, were caught and killed by the fire in the city of Grosse Pointe, near Detroit.

The boys' mother got out to do the shopping. Their father was in a completely new job on his first day.

Neighbors heard the children scream, but they couldn't do anything. The entire community would be shocked

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Neighbors heard the children scream, but they couldn't do anything. The entire community would be shocked

Neighbors heard the boys calling for help, but they could not leave the house

Neighbors heard the boys calling for help, but they could not leave the house

Neighbors heard the boys calling for help, but they could not leave the house

When firefighters finally entered the house, both brothers were unable to work

When firefighters finally entered the house, both brothers were unable to work

When firefighters finally entered the house, both brothers were unable to work

The children were in a bedroom above the house when the fire broke out.

It is believed that the children called their mother on her cell phone and hurried back home immediately, but she couldn't go back in to save her sons.

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& # 39; I slept deeply and I heard all that breaking glass and shouting, & # 39; said a neighbor ClickOnDetroit.

& # 39; You could hear the mother's screams. I run out the door and a guy broke open a window and the huge flames rose. The children were upstairs in the bedroom and were stuck there. You could hear the screams. It was just awful, & he said as he described the panic.

Their mother had left them home alone to do the shopping; their father was at work

Their mother had left them home alone to do the shopping; their father was at work

Their mother had left them home alone to do the shopping; their father was at work

A thorough investigation will now take place to discover exactly what the fire called

A thorough investigation will now take place to discover exactly what the fire called

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A thorough investigation will now take place to discover exactly what the fire called

& # 39; A man in a pickup just stopped and heard the screaming trying to help, & # 39; he went on. & # 39; The first respondents were here within a minute or two. They adjusted, they went inside, but there was just nothing they could do. It was an intense fire.

When the firemen finally came in, the boys were incapacitated for work and appeared to hide from the smoke.

It is believed that the fire started in the kitchen, but a full investigation is needed to find out the exact cause.

In a tragic turn of fate, the boys would have been in school on another day, but their primary school had a late start on Monday morning.

Fire crews arrived very quickly, but there was nothing that could be done
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Fire crews arrived very quickly, but there was nothing that could be done

Fire crews arrived very quickly, but there was nothing that could be done

A ladder was used to reach the upper room where the boys were hiding

A ladder was used to reach the upper room where the boys were hiding

A ladder was used to reach the upper room where the boys were hiding

The police do not yet release the identity of the children. An email with their names went to some in the Grosse Pointe Public Schools district,

The police do not yet release the identity of the children. An email with their names went to some in the Grosse Pointe Public Schools district,

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The police do not yet release the identity of the children. An email with their names went to some in the Grosse Pointe Public Schools district,

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