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Four Brothers Die In Missouri House Fire

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Authorities say four brothers left alone at their Lake Ozark Missouri home died in a Thursday morning fire.
When firefighters arrived at the home three sides of it had collapsed. The fire was so intense responders couldn't immediately get inside.
Authorities say the children's parents arrived as the fire was raging and told firefighters their four sons were in the house. It's not clear where the parents had been.
The children were identified as 14-year-old Tyler Otto, 8-year-old Carson, 5-year-old Max and 4-year-old Levi.
State fire marshal investigator Steve Grass says it's unlikely a cause will be determined because the damage was too extensive. But investigators do not suspect foul play.
Investigators didn't find any smoke detectors, but Grass says they might have been destroyed in the blaze.
    
 

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