Coroner's workplace reveals reason for dying for two ladies killed in Hellertown hearth

HELLERTOWN, Pa. – The Lehigh County Coroner’s Workplace revealed the reason for dying Tuesday for the 2 ladies killed in a home hearth in Hellertown.

The reason for dying for Brianna Baer, 15, and Abigail Kaufman, 10 was inhalation of merchandise of combustion and thermal accidents because of the home hearth. The coroner dominated the deaths unintended.

The 2-alarm hearth was reported at simply round 1 a.m. on Linden Ave, in Hellertown early on Friday April 1. Officers say that the 2 ladies have been trapped on the second flooring as the fireplace began. 

Firefighters used ladders to get the youngsters down from the second flooring. They have been instantly transported to St. Luke’s Hospital and Lehigh Valley Hospital. Baer and Kaufman died as a result of their accidents within the hearth. Each of the Kaufman dad and mom made it out of the home.

Native companies akin to Rita’s have stepped up over the previous few days and are gathering donations for the household.

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