4 children, 2 adults passed of fume transformation after Philadelphia glow – The Times-Picayune

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PITTSBURGH — Four children and dual adults killed in a suburban residence glow died of strident fume and fume inhalation, according to autopsy formula expelled Sunday.

Investigators have not identified a means of Saturday’s fire, that killed a recently married woman, her 4 immature children and her infirm father-in-law.

The Allegheny County medical examiner’s bureau identified a victims as Hope Jordan, 27; Dominic Jordan, 7; Autumn Jordan, 6; Serenity Jakub, 3; Victoria Jordan, 2; and Ronald Egenlauf Sr., 55.

Previously, family members had identified a youngest plant as Victoria Jakub. They also gave Egenlauf’s age as 56.

The solitary survivor of a McKeesport blaze, Hope Jordan’s husband, Keith Egenlauf, 23, remained hospitalized in vicious condition. Relatives pronounced he was burnt over 55 percent of his body.

Keith Egenlauf and his mom primarily fled a flames, though they returned to a blazing two-story residence in McKeesport, 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, in an bid to save a others, according to their family.

Father and son had lived in a yellow wood-frame residence for about 10 years, pronounced a younger man’s aunt Donna Ackerman. Ronald Egenlauf had been inept from a cadence he suffered about 6 years ago.

Keith Egenlauf and Jordan were married Dec. 7, according to their Facebook page.

Andrew Jakub, father of plant Serenity Jakub, pronounced his daughter lived mostly with him in McKeesport though was visiting her mom this weekend. He told a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review his daughter was like “a ray of sunshine” who desired to dance and listen to music.

Laverne Egenlauf, a mom of Keith and mom of Ronald, told a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette she had recently changed out of a home. She pronounced her son has a prolonged highway of medical procedures forward of him.

“The doctors pronounced he’s immature and healthy and they’re looking for a good recovery,” she said.

Still, she added, “He might heal, though he’s mislaid everything.”

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