Dupont Estates fire: Four children killed and four adults hospitalized in devastating blaze at Indiana mobile home park

FOUR children are dead, and four adults have been hospitalized after a mobile home erupted in flames.

The blaze broke out at around 8.30am Thursday at the Dupont Estates Mobile Home Park in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Four children in the mobile home were pronounced dead on the scene, the Fort Wayne Fire Department said.

Officials said four additional adults were transported to a local hospital.

The victims' ages range from one to seven, local outlet WANE reported.

Their condition was not immediately known.

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Fire officials are trying to determine what sparked the deadly fire.

Photos from the scene showed several firefighters working the scene as with mobile home appeared to have sustained heavy fire damage.

Two vehicles were in the driveway, and a large blue tarp could be seen covering the front end of a pickup.

FWFD officials responded to another fire at the same mobile home park Saturday afternoon.

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In that blaze, an adult and child were able to escape, but a dog perished in the fire, the FWFD said.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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