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Mother who was arrested after four of her children died in a house fire in Sutton has been released on bail

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Mom arrested after losing four of her kids in Sutton house fire has been released.

The 27-year-old mum, has been ordered to report to a police station in south London in mid-January.

She was arrested shortly before 7 p.m. on Thursday after a fire broke out in a mid-terrace house on Collingwood Road in Sutton, south London.

Her kids, Kyson and Bryson, four years old, and Leyton and Logan, three years old, were discovered home alone by fire fighters and died in the fire.

Their father, Dalton Hoath, describes them as “bright, caring, loveable boys.”

‘Myself and my family are utterly devastated by this tragic loss,’ he told MailOnline.

 

‘They were bright, caring, and loving boys, but they were mostly sons, brothers, grandsons, great grandsons, nephews, and cousins.

 

‘We want to express our gratitude to all of the emergency services who worked tirelessly to save our boys, as well as the local community for coming together during this difficult time.’

‘I would like my family to have some alone time to grieve.’ ‘They will always be in my heart and mind, love dad.’

Throughout the day, neighbors have been leaving cards, flowers, and teddy bears outside the house as tributes to the children.

 

The boys’ grandfather has expressed his shock and grief over the boys’ deaths.

Jason Hoath wrote on Facebook, “I am devastated to say that the horrendous house fire that occurred in Sutton last night, leading to the loss of four children’s lives were my amazing smart and beautiful grandsons.”

‘They were taken far too soon, but they will live on in our hearts and minds.’ I’ll always love you, boys. ‘Grandfather xxx’.

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