Some kids killed in Chicago fire were there for sleepover

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Autopsies were conducted on the remains of all the victims but the office said it would not release the cause and manner of death until the fire department determines completes its investigation.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Cobos was a caretaker of Giovanni, Gialanni, and Alanni.

Grandmother Ramonita Reyes said she didn't know what to say in the wake of such a loss. My brother, coming to my room, messing with me for no reason.

'Anything could happen from one minute or the next. "We haven't lost this many people, I can't even count back to when we lost this many lives, and these are young people".

It's Chicago's deadliest fire in more than a decade.

A fire lieutenant was also taken to the hospital for overexertion, but he was stable, officials added.

The cause of the fire, which was put out by 5:10 a.m., was still being investigated.

'I can't live without my babies, ' one woman cried.

A fire broke out in an apartment early Sunday in Chicago, killing at least eight people, officials said.

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They were found on the building's second floor. The first floor was vacant.

The Chicago Fire Department was dispatched to the fire around 4 a.m.

Those who were killed and injured were all transported to the hospital from the same residence.

"Unfortunately. we didn't have time. they succumbed to their injuries before we got there", he said.

'She had just gotten home from work. One neighbor said she was watching TV when she looked out her window and saw flames.

Investigators believe some of the kids who were killed in the fire were at the home for a sleepover, he said.

People carry items away from the scene of the fire.

The house where eight people died in a fire in the Little Village suburb of Chicago.

The building failed its last inspection in June due to electrical issues, according to the Building Department website.

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