Shock Remains After Tragic Fire In Rome

Rome, N.Y. - Shock remains after a fire claimed the lives of three children in Rome.

The intense heat and flames made it impossible for fire crews to attempt a rescue before the trailer's roof collapsed.

When crews finally made it inside they found 2-year-old Temprince, 3-year-old Patrick, and 4-year-old Eliesse, dead.

The mother and father of the three children killed have been released from the Hospital. Patrick and Gabriel Croad were treated at Upstate Hospital while their 1-year-old daughter Kaydence remains in the Hospital.

A family member has created a GoFundMe for the Croads. You can find it here.

The investigation is continuing into the cause of the trailer fire.

Three Children Killed In Rome Fire
Three Children Killed In Rome Fire
A 4-year-old, 3-year-old, and 2-year-old, are dead after a fire tore through their home in Rome late Monday night.

Photo Cred: GoFundMe

Now Is The Time To Prepare For A House Fire
Now Is The Time To Prepare For A House Fire
NewsRadio 570 WSYR's Ian Wheatley talks to Gordy Kotars, longtime CNY Firefighter and Spokesman the Firemen's Association of the State of New York, about the tragic...


Content Goes Here