Two women and three children were killed after a fire tore through a house in Sheffield in the early hours of Monday morning.
The family who died have been named locally as grandmother, Shabbina Begum who was 54, her 20-year-old daughter Anum Parwaiz Kayani, nine-year-old Adhyan Parwaiz Kayani and 7-year-old Amaan Parwaiz Kayani.
The nine week old baby who also died had not been named by the parents.
South Yorkshire Fire Service issued a statement shortly after about the house fire:
Ishfaq Kayani said the two women who died were his 54-year-old cousin and her 20-year-old daughter - the children's aunt.
People living in the area said up to 300 people came out in the street to try to offer help as the emergency services arrived.
ITV News' correspondent Damon Green reports from Sheffield:
Local councillor Qubran Hussain, who knew the family, said he believed smoke alarms alerted people in the street who broke windows to try to get into the property.
South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue said the fire began shortly after midnight on the residential street, which is lined with cars on both sides.
Four fire engines were called to the scene and an aerial ladder was used to tackle the blaze.
Some neighbours reported hearing screams and wailing from the area when they were woken in the early hours.
The whole of Wake Street and parts of neighbouring streets were condoned off today and guarded by a large number of police and community support officers.
An investigation into what caused the fire at Wake Road has begun by police and fire officials.