5 Children Found Dead In House Fire In Bullhead City

House Fire In Bullhead City



5 Children Found Dead In House Fire In Bullhead City – BrewerWood News

Police are investigating a fatal fire that occurred in the 400 block of Anna Circle during the evening of Saturday, December 16, 2023. Bullhead City police say the fire was called in around 5 p.m. at the home, located close to the Colorado River, northwest of Hancock and Ramar roads.


The fire happened at a home, near the Colorado River, northwest of Hancock and Ramar roads.


The deadly fire took the lives of five children, ages 13, 11, 5, 4 and 2, who did not make it out of the 2-story duplex, said Emily Fromelt, department spokeswoman.

This is an ongoing investigation being handled by the Bullhead City Police Department, with assistance from the Bullhead City Fire Department, Lake Havasu City Fire Department and ATF Fire Investigators.

Authorities said the cause of the fire isn’t known yet.


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