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8 killed, including 6 kids, in W.Va. house fire

In this photo provided by Jerry Waters, Mayor Danny Jones and Charleston, WVa., firefighters look over the scene of a house fire on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Charleston. Authorities say a fire broke out at the two-story wood frame home, killing six children and two adults. A woman and a baby also were hurt. Bob Sharp, assistant chief for the Charleston Fire Department, say all the children are younger than 8. It was not immediately clear how the blaze started early Saturday morning, or if the victims were related. The cause of the fire is under investigation. (AP Photo/Jerry Waters) MANDATORY CREDIT

In this photo provided by Jerry Waters, Mayor Danny Jones and Charleston, WVa., firefighters look over the scene of a house fire on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Charleston. Authorities say a fire broke out at the two-story wood frame home, killing six children and two adults. A woman and a baby also were hurt. Bob Sharp, assistant chief for the Charleston Fire Department, say all the children are younger than 8. It was not immediately clear how the blaze started early Saturday morning, or if the victims were related. The cause of the fire is under investigation. (AP Photo/Jerry Waters) MANDATORY CREDIT

In this photo provided by Jerry Waters, Charleston, WVa., firefighters and city officials look over the scene of a house fire on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Charleston. Authorities say a fire broke out at the two-story wood frame home, killing six children and two adults. A woman and a baby also were hurt. Bob Sharp, assistant chief for the Charleston Fire Department, say all the children are younger than 8. It was not immediately clear how the blaze started early Saturday morning, or if the victims were related. The cause of the fire is under investigation. (AP Photo/Jerry Waters) MANDATORY CREDIT

In this photo provided by Jerry Waters, a house is roped off after a fire on Saturday, March 24, 2012 in Charleston, WVa. Authorities say a fire broke out at the two-story wood frame home, killing six children and two adults. A woman and a baby also were hurt. Bob Sharp, assistant chief for the Charleston Fire Department, say all the children are younger than 8. It was not immediately clear how the blaze started early Saturday morning, or if the victims were related. The cause of the fire is under investigation. (AP Photo/Jerry Waters) MANDATORY CREDIT