Firefighters rush to the scene, their presence a beacon of hope amidst the chaos. Their mission: to quell the raging fire and offer rescue to those in peril.

The evening rain does little to dampen the flames or the spirits of these valiant firefighters, who battle on despite their exhaustion.

Lieutenant General Nguyen Tuan Anh, Director of Fire Prevention, Fighting, and Rescue Police, alongside Lieutenant General Nguyen Hai Trung and Hoang Mai district leaders, oversee the operation. Their presence underscores the gravity of the situation.

Witnesses recount the fire’s origin on the fourth floor, a testament to the speed and ferocity of its spread.

A firefighter lies injured, a somber reminder of the risks faced in the line of duty.

By 8 p.m., the fire is subdued, allowing firefighters to search the premises. The grim discovery of four deceased individuals underscores the tragedy.

The victims are later identified as a grandmother and her three young grandchildren, their ages spanning from two to eleven. As investigations continue, a community mourns.
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