A family in Queens is dealing with devastating loss after losing three members of their family in a house fire. The fire also left many relatives injured.
This fire started just before midnight on Saturday in a two-story home on 211th Street in Queens Village.
The three-alarm fire started and engulfed the first two floors. Firefighters took about two hours to get the fire under control.
A more of two was able to get out and get her kids out, but she ran back in to save other family members and did not make it back in.
This woman, Harleen Kaur, knew other people were trapped inside and tried to rescue her loved ones.
Ragvir Kaur-Kainth, 82, and Pyara Kainth, 87, also passed away in the fire.
At this time, the cause of the fire is still being investigated. It is not believed to be suspicious.
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