Illinois mom arrested after her five children die in house fire


Sabrina M. Dunigan was charged with five counts of endangering the life or health of a child after her kids -- all under the age of 10.
Sabrina M. Dunigan was charged with five counts of endangering the life or health of a child after her kids — all under the age of 10 — died in a house fire.

Sabrina Dunigan has been charged in connection with the deaths of all her kids on the morning of her 34th birthday.

An Illinois mother has been charged with five counts of endangering the life or health of a child after all five of her children died in an apartment fire in August.

The tragedy took place on the morning of Sabrina Dunigan‘s 34th birthday.

Loy-el Dunigan, 2; Jabari Johnson, 4; 8-year-olds twins Heaven and Neveah “Veah” Dunigan, and 9-year-old Deontae Davis perished when their home in East St. Louis, Illinois was engulfed by fire around 3 a.m. on Aug. 6. Authorities say their mom, Sabrina Dunigan, left the children unattended, according to The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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Loy-el Dunigan, Jabari Johnson, Heaven and Neveah Dunigan, and Deontae Davis, were all the victims of the tragic incident — as four of them died on the scene.
Loy-el Dunigan, Jabari Johnson, Heaven and Neveah Dunigan, and Deontae Davis, were all the victims of the tragic incident — as four of them died on the scene. AP


Sabrina Dunnigan and her father believe the house fire was caused by an electrical fire that began inside their crammed one-bedroom apartment.
Sabrina Dunnigan and her father believe the house fire was caused by an electrical fire that began inside their cramped one-bedroom apartment. AP




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