CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
Firefighters continue to investigate the suspicious fire that killed two young sisters in Cleveland.
7-year-old Glacia Ramsey and her younger sister, Peaches Christburg were killed in a fire last week on Kipling Avenue.
Police tell 19 Action News the fire on Thursday night was started by a person who broke into the apartment and locked the children’s babysitter in a closet.
The babysitter was able to escape the fire unharmed.
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CLE Firefighters Still Looking Into Fire That Killed Two Young Girls was originally published on wzakcleveland.com
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