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An early morning fire on Sunday killed an eight-month-old baby and injured five small children in Tennessee, while their mothers were at a nightclub, investigators said.

The mothers, ages 25 and 23, went to the club on Saturday night and police were trying to determine if a babysitter was hired to watch over their children while they were gone, according to a news release from the Metro Nashville Police Department.

Police said a babysitter was not present when first responders arrived at the home.

Nashville firefighters responded to the Hickory Lake Apartments in Antioch around 2 a.m. Sunday for an apartment fire, according to a news release from the Nashville Fire Department.

The first unit to arrive on scene found heavy smoke and flames coming from one of the apartments in the complex, fire officials said.

They said dispatch had informed arriving firefighters that several people were trapped inside the burning apartment. Firefighters quickly rescued one person from a balcony on the third floor.

One witness said a 6-year-old boy ran out of the apartment screaming that his siblings were trapped inside the burning apartment, police said. Firefighters then rushed in and were able to rescue four of them, fire officials said.

“Unfortunately an eight-month-old baby did not survive the fire and died on the scene,” the news release from the Nashville Fire Department said.

The four children were rushed to the hospital. Firefighters later found another child, a five-year-old, who also was transported to a nearby children’s hospital.

Police have identified the baby killed in the fire as Jream Jenkins and said her brother, a 2-year-old, was in the hospital in critical condition. Police said they both lived in the apartment.

The other four children hospitalized, who were in the apartment at the time of the fire, are siblings between six and one years old

The trifling bitches returned after firefighters and police officers were already there, police said.
 
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Fives My Charm

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Metro Nashville Police spokesman Don Aaron said officers have been unable to substantiate a claim by the mothers that a babysitter was present with the children, the oldest of whom was 6. Officers did not locate a babysitter at the scene.
"There are a number of unanswered questions at this moment," Aaron said.

The four other children, ages 6, 4, 2 and 1, are from Linden.

 

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DaveL

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They should have left their kids with their husbands.

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In all seriousness, though, every one of these kids has a father (somewhere) who had a duty to keep his child safe. And if they didn't know they had a child, because they were having unprotected sex with women they don't know well enough to keep in touch with, then they're just as trifling as the mothers.
 
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Sugar Cookie

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@Fives My Charm

That information was in my original post

Police have identified the baby killed in the fire as Jream Jenkins and said her brother, a 2-year-old, was in the hospital in critical condition. Police said they both lived in the apartment.
 

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Fives My Charm

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@Fives My Charm

That information was in my original post

Police have identified the baby killed in the fire as Jream Jenkins and said her brother, a 2-year-old, was in the hospital in critical condition. Police said they both lived in the apartment.
Damn I apologize.. I didn’t read it well enough obviously. Apparently in my half ass asleep state I managed to step on toes.. and received eye rolls.. kudos to me.. I am on a ROLL today.. see if I can create more chaos & mayhem
 

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