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Family of seven, including unborn baby found dead in their house.
Tragedy struck in Elele, Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State, as a famiy of seven was reportedly wiped out by generator fumes.
Neighbours got concerned about the family after they noticed that their house was still quiet and locked which was unusual, as the father of the house is a commercial driver who wakes up early to go for his daily job.According to eyewitnesses,
the incident occurred at Too Much Money Estate, Elele Town and the corpse of the family which comprises of a husband, wife, their four sons and daughter were discovered in the early hours of Thursday morning after leaving a generator on overnight in the house.
BREAKING: 5 children, husband, pregnant wife lost lives in Elele, cause of death unknown (photos)
In a post by Paschal GeeTee who regretted the ugly incident, revealed the family sleept and could not wake.
In his brief statement, Paaschal said: “Since all my life, as a human, this is the saddest news I have ever heard. One family: four boys, one girl, husband and wife, people csn be wicked. My heasr is broken, I feel pain beyond sorry, sad indeed…
Paschal, who said he doesn’t know the family, revealed that the horrible incident happened in Elele, Rivers State while they hail from Obama Agaw, Oguta Imo State.
One of the commenters, Henry Iwueze, who appears to be familiar to the place of incident and family, said to had traveled to the scene to unravel the actual cause of the death.
Henry said Police has sealed off the house while investigation is ongoing.
Rivers state police is yet to make formal statement on the tragedy.