More than six hundred people have signed up to a Facebook group to help the victims of a fatal house fire in Devon.
A three year old boy, his 17 year old sister and 18 year old brother died from their injuries after fire swept through their home in Honiton on Friday morning.
8 people were in the house at the time. Police say the fire is not being treated as suspicious. The group, Honiton Fire Collection Group, has been taking clothes and furniture and says any surplus will be sold for the family.
A third child has died after a fire swept through his home in Honiton in Devon on Friday.
The three year old boy had been taken to the specialist burns unit at Frenchay Hospital near Bristol but doctors were unable to save him.
A 17 year old girl and her 18 year old brother also died yesterday (Saturday) at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
A six year old boy and a 36 year old man were treated for the effects of breathing in smoke, but later discharged.
Police say the fire is not being treated as suspicious.
– Devon and Cornwall Police spokesperson
"It is with great sadness that police can now report that the 3 year old boy, who was taken to the specialist burns unit at Frenchay hospital, has today been pronounced deceased. Our thoughts are with the family at this time and the investigation to establish the cause of the fire is ongoing."
Police have confirmed that two teenagers have died as a result of a house fire in Honiton, Devon.
The 17-year-old girl and 18-year-old boy died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital where they had been airlifted to after the blaze yesterday morning.
A three-year-old boy remains in a serious condition in Frenchay Hospital near Bristol.
Police say they are not treating the fire as suspicious.
Four people, including a three year old boy and two teenagers, are tonight fighting for their lives after being seriously injured in a house fire in Devon.
They were all airlifted to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital after firefighters were called to the blaze this morning in Honiton.
The three-year-old boy has since been transferred to Frenchay Hospital near Bristol suffering with serious burns.
John Andrews reports:
A Clyst Honiton based removal company has appealed for donations to help the family affected by this morning's fire.
Beaumont and Mills has asked people to donate any unwanted clothing and furniture. They will collect from local addresses.
A six-year-old boy has been discharged from hospital following this morning's house fire in Honiton.
Four people remain in a serious condition in hospital.
Fire crews were called to the house in Lee Close at 8am this morning. Police are not treating the blaze as suspicious.
Three people suffered serious injuries in a house fire before having to be rescued by fire crews.
A 17 year old girl, an 18 year old man and a three year old boy have been taken to hospital after being caught in the fire in Honiton in Devon.
Two other people are also being treated for smoke inhalation.
Five people have now been taken to Royal Devon and Exeter hospital following a house fire in Honiton in Devon.
Three people have suffered serious injuries - a 17 year old girl, an 18 year old man and a three year old boy. The boy will be transferred to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol shortly.
A man in his 30s and a six year old boy are also being treated for smoke inhalation.
Police are not treating the fire as suspicious.
A fourth person has been taken to Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital suffering from smoke inhalation following a fire at a house in Honiton in Devon.
Three other casualties, two adults and a child, were airlifted to the hospital shortly after fire crews were called to the scene on Lee Close just before 8:00am.