2 children killed in Limbe house fire

Two little girls aged 2 and 7 were burnt to death in a fire outbreak that reduced their Coconut Island home to cinders on Wednesday night, October 8. Eyewitness reports say the blaze was triggered by a power surge which followed one in a series of blackouts that evening. The children were at home on their own as their mother, a bar attendant at Las Vegas drinking […]

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