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A house fire which killed two women and two young brothers is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault, a fire service investigation has found.
Derbyshire Police confirmed last week that the blaze in North Wingfield, near Chesterfield, which broke out in the early hours of November 20, was not being treated as suspicious.
Jordan Green, 12, and his nine-year-old brother Tyler died with their mother Josie Leighton, 32, and her friend Claire James, 27, in the fire in Williamthorpe Road.
The Reverend Colin Cooper, who led the memorial service for the four victims of a house fire in North Wingfield near Chesterfield, says the community is understandably grieving over the tragedy.
A memorial service has been held in the church of four people who died in a house fire near Chesterfield.
Mourners gathered to pay their respects and a book of condolence was opened for locals to offer support to the relatives.
Josie Leighton, 32, and her sons Tyler, nine, and Jordan Green, 12, were killed in the fire at a house in North Wingfield along with Claire James, 27.
A memorial service will be held today for the victims of a house fire in Chesterfield last week.
Josie Leighton and her sons Tyler and Jordan Green were killed along with Claire James in the fire at a house in North Wingfield.
A minute's silence was observed at Chesterfield's 2-0 win over Wycombe yesterday and today a memorial service will take place from 2.30pm at the victims' local church, St Lawrence's.
A grandmother whose daughter and two grandsons sons were killed in a house fire near Chesterfield says the family is devastated by what has happened.
Josie Leighton and her sons Tyler and Jordan Green were killed in the fire at a house in North Wingfield along with Claire James.
Today Josie's mother, Lynn, said they will all be greatly missed. The local parish church has opened a book of condolence for those who want to pay their own tributes.
Fiona Dwyer reports.
Police investigating a fire at a house in North Wingfield in which four people died have said they do not believe it to be suspicious.
Emergency services were called to the scene at around 5am yesterday.
Claire James, Josie Leighton, and her two sons Tyler Green and Jordan Green died following the fire.
Post mortem examinations were carried out today and revealed all four died from smoke inhalation. Investigations into the exact cause of the fire are continuing.
The MP for North East Derbyshire has spoken about the fire in Chesterfield which killed four people on Wednesday morning.
Natascha Engel (Labour) called the fire a "tragedy":
A grandmother whose daughter and two grandsons were killed in a house fire in North Wingfield has paid tribute to them.
Lynn Leighton has issued a statement following the death of her daughter Josie Leighton and her grandsons Tyler Green and Jordan Green.
They were killed along with 27 year-old Claire James in the fire at a house on Williamthorpe Road on Wednesday morning.
Investigations by police and the fire service into the cause of the fire continue today.
Post mortem examinations are also taking place to establish the cause of death.
The schools of the two children killed in a house fire in North Wingfield on Wednesday morning have paid tribute to them:
Postmortem examinations are taking place on four people, including two children, killed on a fire at a terraced house at North Wingfield, on Wednesday morning.Many floral tributes have been left outside the house.
Police say the cause of the blaze still has not yet been determined.