4 children killed in Mason City house fire

NEXT MONTH. NEW THIS MORNING, MASON CITY SPREADS HEARTACHE THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY FOR CHILDREN OR TRAPPED INSIDE A HOME AFTER A FIRE STARTED THERE AND THEY DIED. THOSE KIDS WERE BETWEEN THE AGES OF THREE AND 12. FIREFIGHTERS JUST GOT TO THE HOME JUST OFF OF HIGHWAY 65 YESTERDAY MORNING AND THEY SAW THE HOUSE FULLY ENGULFED. THEY STARTED RESCUE OPERATIONS AND FOUND THE YOUNG VICTIMS, A 55 YEAR OLD AND 11 YEAR OLD WERE ABLE TO ESCAPE AND WERE TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL WITH BURNS.

4 children killed in Iowa house fire

Four children are dead after an early morning house fire.The Mason City Fire Department was called to the 500 block of N. Washington Avenue at 5:05 am Wednesday.When firefighters arrived, flames could be seen from the first and second floors of a home, KIMT reports. John Michael Mcluer, 55, and Ravan Dawn Mcluer, 11, had evacuated the home before firefighters arrived. Both were taken to the hospital for treatment of burn-related injuries. Their conditions are unknown at this time.A search of the home by firefighters found four more victims. They were taken to the hospital, where they were all pronounced dead. They are:John Michael Mcluer, 12Odin Thor Mcluer, 10Drako Mcluer, 6Phenix Mcluer, 3The cause of their deaths is being investigated by the state medical examiner’s office.Two fire department personnel suffered minor injuries. The Mason City Fire Department expressed its condolences to the family and friends of the Mcluer family. A GoFundMe has been set up to help with funeral expenses. The State Fire Marshal’s Office is helping with the investigation.

Four children are dead after an early morning house fire.

The Mason City Fire Department was called to the 500 block of N. Washington Avenue at 5:05 am Wednesday.

When firefighters arrived, flames could be seen from the first and second floors of a home, KIMT reports.

John Michael Mcluer, 55, and Ravan Dawn Mcluer, 11, had evacuated the home before firefighters arrived. Both were taken to the hospital for treatment of burn-related injuries. Their conditions are unknown at this time.

A search of the home by firefighters found four more victims. They were taken to the hospital, where they were all pronounced dead. They are:

John Michael Mcluer, 12

Odin Thor Mcluer, 10

Drako Mcluer, 6

Phenix Mcluer, 3

The cause of their deaths is being investigated by the state medical examiner’s office.

Two fire department personnel suffered minor injuries.

The Mason City Fire Department expressed its condolences to the family and friends of the Mcluer family. A GoFundMe has been set up to help with funeral expenses.

The State Fire Marshal’s Office is helping with the investigation.

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