A set of bad news was shared regarding the deaths of three children in a fire .It was alleged that the three children who were aged one , four and nine all died in a fire in Wesbank, Cape Town . The tragedy reportedly took place on Saturday morning .
Jermaine Carelse who is from City Fire reportedly said that they discovered three bodies of children during their firefighting operations .The fire reportedly took place at an informal settlement.
He went on and alleged that City Fire and rescue services got notified of the fire around 2 am .The fire reportedly got detected at one of the homes .Upon arrival at the scene, firefighters found a number of structures on fire .
It was made known that a total of 24 firefighters were the ones who were deployed and managed to contain and extinguish the fire before 4am on Saturday. The cause of the fire was not made known .
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