Fire victims to get help.

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Help is coming for the families whose house was destroyed in Sunday’s deadly fire on Jacques Road, off Mountain View Avenue in St. Andrew after an illegal gas cylinder refill facility exploded.

Andrew Swaby, Councillor for the Vineyard Town Division, told Local media that twelve persons lived in the house and were unable to salvage anything.He said neighbours were also affected by the fire, but his primary focus is on assisting the persons from the house where the fire originated.

He outlined that he has committed to assisting with uniforms and school books for the affected persons.

A teenager and one man have died from major burns sustained in the fire.

Three other persons suffered major burns and were taken to hospital for treatment.

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