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A Visit Back To The Block Where a Massive Fire Ripped Through SW Philly Homes, Killing 4 Children

4 "Angels" Killed in Gesner Blaze Laid to Rest

4 "Angels" Killed in Gesner Blaze Laid to Rest

The funeral for the four children killed in the Gesner Street fire in Southwest Philadelphia took place at Divine Mercy Parish on Aug. 16. »

Fire Dept. Releases Cause in Gesner Street Fire

Fire Dept. Releases Cause in Gesner Street Fire

The Philadelphia Fire Department announced Friday the results of the investigation into the fire that destroyed a city block and took the lives of four children. »

Funeral Set for 4 Children Killed in Gesner Blaze
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Funeral Set for 4 Children Killed in Gesner Blaze

The date has been set for the funerals and burials for the four children killed in this month's Gesner Street fire in Southwest Philadelphia. »

Remembering Gesner Street Fire Victims
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Remembering Gesner Street Fire Victims

Family, friends and neighbors celebrated loss and life in Southwest Philly Saturday. The event raised money to help the families of the four children killed in a fire July 5. »

IMAGES: Funeral for Gesner Fire Victims

IMAGES: Funeral for Gesner Fire Victims

Four children under the age of five are laid to rest five weeks after a massive fire on the 6500 block of Gesner Street took their lives. »

Wake for 4 Kids Killed in SW Philly Fire
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Wake for 4 Kids Killed in SW Philly Fire

The location has been changed for the funerals and burials for the four children killed in the Gesner Street fire in Southwest Philadelphia. »

1-on-1: Philly Fire Commish Sawyer Opens Up

1-on-1: Philly Fire Commish Sawyer Opens Up

In an exclusive interview, Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Derrick J.V. Sawyer opens up about his past, the deadly tragedy on Gesner Street, where his department stands & the force's future. »

Concert for Gesner Street Fire Victims
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Concert for Gesner Street Fire Victims

The event was free and open to the public. It was the first chance for many people in the community to express their condolences to family members. »

Child, Infant Caskets Donated for Fatal Fire Victims

Child, Infant Caskets Donated for Fatal Fire Victims

Donations will cover the cost of funerals and burials for the four children killed in this month's Gesner Street fire in Southwest Philadelphia. »

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