Two people arrested after two teenage boys died in a 'serious incident' at a Sheffield house have been charged and will appear in court.
The teenage boys, aged 13 and 14, were taken to hospital on Friday morning but died, South Yorkshire Police said.
On Sunday, the force said: “Two people arrested on Friday May 24 from a house in Shiregreen have now been charged and will appear at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court on Monday May 27.”
Four children, who were "rescued" from the property in the Shiregreen area, were released from hospital on Saturday afternoon.
They are aged 11, 10, three and seven months and cannot be named for legal reasons.
Police were called to the semi-detached property at around 7.30am on Friday.
Police gave no indication about the nature of the incident but said it was confined to one property.
A spokesman said detectives were not looking for any more suspects.
People living nearby saw more than a dozen police cars and four ambulances arrive on the tree-lined road and an air ambulance land in the grounds of Hartley Brook Primary Academy, just 100 metres from the scene.
Gregg House Road resident Aaron Brunskill said neighbours came out into the street, adding: "The police weren't telling us anything.
"I know there's children there. I've just seen them walking back to the shops and that's all I know."