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2 young children killed, 3 others injured in fire

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PEMBROKE, Ga. -

State fire officials say they're investigating a blaze that killed two young children and injured a third child and two adults.
 
Glenn Allen, a spokesman for Georgia's insurance and fire commissioner, says the fire was reported around 4 a.m. Friday at a manufactured home in the small community of Ellabell in Bryan County.
 
Allen tells The Associated Press that the children who were killed were ages 3 and 4. He said a 6-year-old child and two adults were taken to a hospital.
 
Few other details were immediately available early Friday.
 
Ellabell is about 25 miles west of Savannah.

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