A 27-year-old woman, who was arrested on suspicion of child neglect following the blaze in Sutton, south London, on Thursday, has been bailed – four boys, named as Kyson, Bryson, Leyton and Logan, died after the property erupted in flames
A woman who was arrested after a fire which killed four young children has been bailed.
The 27-year-old, who was arrested on suspicion of child neglect following the blaze in Sutton, south London, on Thursday, will return to a south London police station in mid-January, the Metropolitan Police said.
Two sets of twins aged three and four died in the tragic London house blaze.
Four boys, named as Kyson, Bryson, Leyton and Logan, died after the property erupted in flames at shortly before 7pm on Thursday.
The children were described as ‘sweet-natured and happy’ by devastated neighbours.
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Eight fire engines and around 60 firefighters were called to the “intense blaze”, with the first crews facing flames throughout the whole ground floor.
The devastated dad of four boys killed the fire paid tribute to his “beautiful” sons.
Frantic firefighters carried them out of the home as it became engulfed by flames, but medics were unable to save their lives.
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Their dad Dalton Hoath, 28, said he will never get to take his football-mad children to their first game.
He said going to their first match was “all they were talking about”.
After the twins died died he described then as “bright, caring, loveable boys”.
In a statement to the Daily Mail following the blaze he said: “Myself and my family are utterly devastated by this tragic loss.
“They were bright, caring, loveable boys, but most of all Sons, Brothers, Grandsons, Great Grandsons, Nephews and Cousins.
“We would like to thank all the emergency services who did so much to try and save our boys, and also the local community who have come together at this difficult time.”
The Mirror reported the devastating news and the reaction of the boys’ grandfather who posted on Facebook after the fire.
The boys’ grandfather, Jason Hoath, wrote: “I am devastated to say that the horrendous house fire that took place in Sutton last night leading to four children loosing (sic) their life’s (sic) were my amazing smart and beautiful grandsons.
“(They were) taken too soon they will always be in our hearts and thoughts.
“Boys I love you forever. Grandad xxx”