Woman killed in Darke Co. mobile home fire identified
UPDATE: The Darke County Coroner's office has released the name of a woman killed over the weekend after her mobile home caught fire.
Christina Haag, 38, of Greenville was killed in the fire Saturday. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
GREENVILLE -- Two children in intensive care tonight and their mother dead. after a fire in their mobile home.
Five people were in the trailer when the fire started.
Four got out alive.
Fox 45 spoke with a relative shortly after her visit to the hospital.
Their aunt said the children are in shock and badly burned.
She showed me pictures of them in their hospital beds at Dayton Children's .
They were difficult to look at... And it's hard to imagine what the family is going through.
"Keep the prayers going, keep the prayers going," said Sharon Ward.
Sharon ward is asking for prayers for her relatives after a devastating fire at this mobile home in Greenville.
Her 14-year-old niece Brianna and 12-year-old nephew trey are in intensive care tonight
"She is not doing well at all. She is severely burned , she's on a ventilator and a feeding tube. Trey is not as severely injured but he is still in a lot of pain as well, he is burned as well," said Ward.
They were in the mobile home with their six-year old sister, their mom and her boyfriend Mike.
It was shortly after 2:00 am.
"Mike heard the alarm go off at first and that's when he spotted the fire and started to try to get the kids evacuated," said Ward.
She says the mom was at the back of the home.
"She was looking for both the girls, both the daughters and she couldn't find them. Mike had already gotten them out and Christina didn't know. So she went back in trying to get the girls out," said Ward.
" So she died trying to save her kids?" Ward was asked.
"Yes," said Ward
Sharon Ward and her family are obviously devastated by what happened here but they're thankful that the children got out.
"We're so grateful Mike Osborne was there to pull them out and to do everything he could and for the neighbors who stepped in to help, help keep the kids calm, keep them warm," said Ward.
The six-year old is doing OK.. she was treated and released from the hospital.
The boyfriend, Michael Osborne, is also in intensive care.
Firefighters are trying to pinpoint the cause of the fire.
They said it started in the living room where there were multiple electronics , including a space heater.
GREENVILLE, Ohio (WKEF/WGT) - One person was killed and four others hospitalized after a fire broke out in Greenville early Saturday morning.
According to Greenville Fire Chief Russ Thompson, crews responded to the call just after 2 a.m. on Saturday.
Thompson told FOX 45 News that two adults and three children were in the home when the fire alarm went off.
Initial reports said one adult female was trapped in the mobile home where the fire broke out.
She was not able to make it out of the home.
All three kids, ages ranging from six to 14, and an adult male were able to evacuate and were transported to the hospital for various levels of carbon monoxide poisoning and burns.
Two kids, ages 12 and 14, remain at Dayton Children’s Hospital under intensive care while the adult male is being treated at Miami Valley Hospital.
The youngest has been treated and released from Wayne HealthCare Hospital.
Thompson said that Saturday morning’s high winds made it difficult to contain the fire, but they quickly brought it under control.
The fire is still under investigation; however, officials say it was accidental.
Thompson said it started in the living room, but multiple electronics, including a space heater, make it “impossible” to determine a cause at this point in time.
A GoFundMe has been set up for the victims and their family.