Canada.- A tragic accident occurred in Nova Scotia’s Cumberland County, a family of 6 of which 4 were children, they died when your travel trailer is fire, reported local authorities.
On Sunday, the RCMP was asked for help, who informed that a fire on Mountain Road in Millvale, NS around 6:30 pm, upon arrival they found six people, all dead.
The fire victims They were identified by 30-year-old father Robert Jorge Sears, who died, along with his partner, Michelle Robertson, 28, and four children: Madison, 11, Robert Ryder, 8, Jaxson, 4, and Colin, 3.
Chris Marshall, a spokesman for RCMP Cpl., Said the trailer was parked on private land and was not easily accessible. On the way, officers found the roads “impassable” and it took them “quite a long time” to get there. However, when they gained access, the fire was out, Marshall said.
However, Marshall clarified that he was not sure how long the caravan there, but you think the family was at the site for the weekend.
He also explained that the 911 report was made by someone who had not heard from the family at one time and when he worried, he went to see how the family was, finding the gloomy scene.
While the Collingwood Fire Department, which responded to the fire on Sunday, declined to comment on the case, citing the investigation, as reported by Global News.
The investigation into the fire continues Monday with the Nova Scotia Fire Marshal’s Office, the Office of the Medical Examiner of New Scotland and the RCMP.
For his part, Amherst Mayor David Kogon said he did not recall a time in the past 40 years when his city had a similar death toll from a single fire.
“It is unimaginable, in this tragedy of a family with four young children, what he must do to his family and friends,” he said.
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