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Flower attributes are left outside the house (photo) in the Shiregreen area in Sheffield

Woman, 34, today sees in court the double & # 39; poison & # 39; murder of two teenage brothers in the home in Sheffield and three attempted murder, while man, 37, will answer two counts of murder

  • Two teenage brothers died and their four brothers and sisters were taken to the hospital
  • The police cheated on a man, 37, and the woman, 34, was arrested on suspicion of murder
  • The two adults appear later today in Sheffield Magistrates & Court
  • It was claimed that the boys, 13 and 14, sent a message that they were sick
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A woman will appear in court today who is accused of killing two boys of 13 and 14 years old.

The woman also faces three counts of attempted murder after the incident at a house in the Shiregreen area of ​​Sheffield on Friday.

The South Yorkshire police said earlier that a 37-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of murder.

The man, who has also been accused of killing the two boys, appears later today next to the woman in the Magistrates & Court in Sheffield.

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This morning, a van from the prison was shown to the court when the police were on guard.

A seven-month-old baby and children aged 3, 10, and 11 were also taken to the hospital where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The boys died after being taken to hospital and are suspected of being poisoned, it was reported.

It was claimed that the 13 and 14 year old boys sent a message from a Nintendo Switch console to a friend saying they & # 39; feel sick & # 39; at 7 am – half an hour before the police were called to their home.

Flower attributes are left outside the house (photo) in the Shiregreen area in Sheffield

Flower attributes are left outside the house (photo) in the Shiregreen area in Sheffield

A prison van arrives at the Sheffield Court, which is being protected by the police this morning

A prison van arrives at the Sheffield Court, which is being protected by the police this morning

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A prison van arrives at the Sheffield Court, which is being protected by the police this morning

A police woman took flowers from school children to lie outside the house where the children died. Two people have now been arrested

A police woman took flowers from school children to lie outside the house where the children died. Two people have now been arrested

A police woman took flowers from school children to lie outside the house where the children died. Two people have now been arrested

An aerial photo of the police investigation at the house. Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Yorkshire Air Ambulance were called to take six children to the hospital

An aerial photo of the police investigation at the house. Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Yorkshire Air Ambulance were called to take six children to the hospital

An aerial photo of the police investigation at the house. Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Yorkshire Air Ambulance were called to take six children to the hospital

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A neighbor said the boys had sent a message to their friend saying: & # 39; We are not coming to school today because we feel sick. & # 39;

The spokesman said: “The two cannot be named for legal reasons.

& # 39; Anyone who chooses to name them can be accused of disdain in court. & # 39;

Police said on Saturday that four other children who were & # 39; saved & # 39; released from the house were released from the hospital.

They cannot be named for legal reasons.

Police cordoned the area at the property in Shiregreen, Sheffield, after six children were taken to hospital after a serious incident.
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Police cordoned the area at the property in Shiregreen, Sheffield, after six children were taken to hospital after a serious incident.

Police cordoned the area at the property in Shiregreen, Sheffield, after six children were taken to hospital after a serious incident.

On Friday evening it was understood that the other children, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, were cared for by social services

On Friday evening it was understood that the other children, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, were cared for by social services

On Friday evening it was understood that the other children, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, were cared for by social services

Officers were called to the semi-detached house in Shiregreen on Friday around 7:30 am.

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The surviving youths were seen by neighbors rushed in ambulances in connection with Friday's hectic scene in a semi-detached house.

On Friday evening it was understood that the children were cared for by social services.

Reports speculated that they were poisoned, but investigators have not given any indication of the nature of the incident so far, but have confirmed that it was not a shooting and said it was limited to one trait.

According to a spokesperson, investigators are not looking for someone else in connection with the incident.

Pictured: A forensic officer visits the scene after six children were taken to the hospital

Pictured: A forensic officer visits the scene after six children were taken to the hospital

Pictured: A forensic officer visits the scene after six children were taken to the hospital

As the investigation continues, police are monitoring access to the home where six children were found and taken to the hospital

As the investigation continues, police are monitoring access to the home where six children were found and taken to the hospital

As the investigation continues, police are monitoring access to the home where six children were found and taken to the hospital

According to a spokesperson, investigators are not looking for someone else in connection with the incident.

More than a dozen police cars lived in the neighborhood and four ambulances arrived in the tree-lined road, and an air ambulance landed on the Hartley Brook Primary Academy site.

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Dozens of testimonials were left at the family's house that was still locked behind the police band on Friday.

A steady stream of tearing school children brought flowers, balloons and teddy bears on the spot. An online charity campaign has been launched to help the surviving children.

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