salford - A house fire in Salford, near Manchester, killed three children on Monday. A 14-year-old girl died in the building, a younger sister and brother later in the hospital.
According to The Guardian magazine, the 35-year-old mother of the family and three-year-old daughter were injured. Two sixteen-year-old boys, a relative and a friend, escaped through a window at the conflagration.
The police assume that the fire was founded, possibly by throwing a flammable liquid through the mailbox.
There are four suspects, including a woman arrested, ranging in age from eighteen to 23 years. Someone of 24 was also arrested for questioning because he may have helped one of the perpetrators. The police did not make any announcements about the background of the drama.