3 Dead, More Injured in House Fire in Queens
Three people have died and at least three others are being listed in critical condition after a fire that started at a home in Queens on Saturday night.
The fire started at around midnight on 93-20 211th Street in Queens Village. The fire spread through the two-story house.
FDNY crews helped 11 individuals get out of the house, and they were taken to local hospitals. This information comes from the police.
Ragvir Kaur-Kainth, 82, Pyara Kainth, 87 and Harleen Kaur, 32, all died in the fire.
Three other people are in critical condition including an 8-year-old. Five other people have been listed in stable condition.
This fire is still being investigated.
If more information about this fire becomes available, we will keep you posted.
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