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The Derbyshire house formerly owned by Mick Philpott has been razed to the ground.
The fire-ravaged home was pulled down after the blaze which killed all six of the man's children.
Parents Mick and Mairead Philpott were jailed in April, with friend Paul Mosley, after being found to have started the petrol-fuelled fire.
The three were convicted of killing the couple's six children.
More housing will be built on the site following the work.
The house in Derby where six children died in a house fire is being demolished. The demolition has been underway for nearly three hours this morning, after workmen spent the last week preparing the house for its destruction.
Parents Mick and Mairead Philpott have been jailed for their childrens' murders.
Demolition work is underway on the neighbouring property to the Philpott house in Derby.
Preparation work to take down both semi-detached houses in Victory Road, Allenton, began last week, but the demolition has begun in earnest this morning.
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Work has begun on pulling down a house in Derby where six children were killed in a house fire.