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Distraught neighbors in Eynesbury, St Neots told how mum Jade Horton was caught in the house fire and ‘had no choice but to jump’ from a bedroom window or die with her children, little Sienna and Isaac.
Two young children killed in a horror early-morning house fire have been named.
She is 35 years old.
Jade Horton Children Killed in Hous Fire
A probe is underway after Sienna Horton, seven, and her three-year-old brother Isaac died in the devastating blaze on Thursday.
Their mother Jade Horton, broke both of her legs after jumping to safety from a second-floor bedroom.
A hero neighbor, 46, suffered minor injuries when he tried to get into the burning three-story house in Buttercup Avenue, Eynesbury, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, to rescue the kids.
Police and fire investigators are probing the cause of the blaze, which broke out at the rented property at around 7 am.
Tonight it emerged that an investigation between the fire and police service has found the most likely cause of the fire was “an electrical fault in a first-floor bedroom at the property.”
The fire service is urging people to check their smoke alarms.
It is understood Christmas decorations were not to blame for the tragic blaze.
Police said the fire is not being treated as suspicious and a file is being prepared for the coroner.
Floral tributes for the dead youngsters were left at the scene by friends and neighbors today.
The upstairs windows of the modern terraced home were completely burnt-out and the outside blackened.
Neighbour Grace Yeates said Jade, a former prison officer who moved into the property last month, had “no choice but to jump”.
She said: “The woman was trapped inside and shouting hysterically. She jumped out of the back window onto a slate patio.
“The mum had no other choice but to jump to try to live or stay and die like her children, which is horrible.”
Her boyfriend Lewis Curtis, 19, said a man tried to get into the house to save the children but “couldn’t make it”.
He added: “The fire was too powerful. He knew the kids had no chance of getting out alive.”
Angela Russell, who set up a fundraising page for Jade, said she had been left in “shatters” by the tragedy.
“The mum is at the hospital with broken bones after having to jump from the window. Devastatingly the two children didn’t survive,” she wrote.