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Broadway East fire

Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured.
(Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)

Broadway East fire

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A mother and two children were killed and six others, including five kids, were injured after a fire broke out during a sleepover an East Baltimore rowhome early Monday.
Broadway East fire
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured.
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Broadway East fire
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured.
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Broadway East fire
Jessica Waters recounts helping some of her neighbors escape the early morning in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured.
Jessica Waters recounts helping some of her neighbors escape the early morning in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Broadway East fire
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured.
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Broadway East fire
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured.
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Broadway East fire
Janice Williams holds her daughter Aubrey Branch in a family photo. Willams and her children Antwan Branch, 12, and Aubrey Branch, 7, died in a fire in their Broadway East home early Monday.
Janice Williams holds her daughter Aubrey Branch in a family photo. Willams and her children Antwan Branch, 12, and Aubrey Branch, 7, died in a fire in their Broadway East home early Monday. (handout)
Brroadway East fire
Janice Williams holds her son Antwan Branch in a family photo. Willams and her children Antwan Branch, 12, and Aubrey Branch, 7, died in a fire in their Broadway East home early Monday.
Janice Williams holds her son Antwan Branch in a family photo. Willams and her children Antwan Branch, 12, and Aubrey Branch, 7, died in a fire in their Broadway East home early Monday. (handout)
Broadway East fire
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured.
Baltimore firefighters mop up following an early morning fire on Patterson Park Avenue in the Broadway East neighborhood in which three people died and six others were injured. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Prayer vigil
BCPD officer Nathaniel McCullough, right, offers support and comfort to Sterling Avery, 11, who escaped a fatal fire, background, at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue as people gather for a prayer vigil. Avery and his two brothers were sleeping at their friend's home when the fire broke out early morning on Nov. 22, 2021.
BCPD officer Nathaniel McCullough, right, offers support and comfort to Sterling Avery, 11, who escaped a fatal fire, background, at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue as people gather for a prayer vigil. Avery and his two brothers were sleeping at their friend's home when the fire broke out early morning on Nov. 22, 2021. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Prayer vigil
Kai Lewis, left, who lives in the pink rowhouse, background, comforts friend Katrina Moore who is a relative of the three victims of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue on Nov. 22, 2021. The two and others gather at the scene for a prayer vigil to support the families affected.
Kai Lewis, left, who lives in the pink rowhouse, background, comforts friend Katrina Moore who is a relative of the three victims of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue on Nov. 22, 2021. The two and others gather at the scene for a prayer vigil to support the families affected. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Prayer vigil
Councilman Antonio Glover, center top, comforts three brothers Brion Patterson, 13, from right, Robert Rich, 9, (green jacket) and Sterling Avery, 11, who all escaped from a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue. The three boys were sleeping in their friend's home when the fire broke out on Nov. 22, 2021. The group and neighbor Jessica Waters, left, who helped save the three boys, shared a group hug after a prayer vigil at the scene to support the families affected.
Councilman Antonio Glover, center top, comforts three brothers Brion Patterson, 13, from right, Robert Rich, 9, (green jacket) and Sterling Avery, 11, who all escaped from a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue. The three boys were sleeping in their friend's home when the fire broke out on Nov. 22, 2021. The group and neighbor Jessica Waters, left, who helped save the three boys, shared a group hug after a prayer vigil at the scene to support the families affected. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Prayer vigil
People gather at the scene of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue for a prayer vigil to support the families affected.
People gather at the scene of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue for a prayer vigil to support the families affected. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Prayer vigil
Brasha Allen, center, and aunt Tonya Lockwood hold each others for comfort and support during a prayer vigil outside the scene of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue on Nov. 22, 2021. Lockwood is a first cousin to the woman who died in the fire.
Brasha Allen, center, and aunt Tonya Lockwood hold each others for comfort and support during a prayer vigil outside the scene of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue on Nov. 22, 2021. Lockwood is a first cousin to the woman who died in the fire. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Prayer vigil
Kandra Brock, a relative of the victims of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue, places flowers at the scene after a prayer vigil.
Kandra Brock, a relative of the victims of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue, places flowers at the scene after a prayer vigil. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Prayer vigil
Katrina Moore is comforted by husband Larkin Byrd during a prayer vigil at the scene of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue on Nov. 22, 2021. The two are relatives of the victims in the fire.
Katrina Moore is comforted by husband Larkin Byrd during a prayer vigil at the scene of a fatal fire at 1535 N. Patterson Park Avenue on Nov. 22, 2021. The two are relatives of the victims in the fire. (Kenneth K. Lam)
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