Police: Fatal House Fire May Have Started In Bathroom

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Updated: 3/15/2013 6:17 pm
A Thursday night house fire in Wayne County that claimed the life of three people, including a 3-year-old boy is believed to have started in a bathroom just after 11 p.m, according to state police.

Police said Melvina Walker, 60, and Jaimie Elliot,3, were rescued from the fire and taken to Wayne County Hospital where they later died. Police said Douglas Walker, 58, was pronounced dead at the home. A fourth person was taken to the hospital, but is expected to be okay.

Police said it's unclear what started the fire, but said they don't suspect foul play
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