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South Wales Police can confirm a child has died at a house fire in West Cross, Swansea.
Emergency services were called to the fire in Gonhill at around 1.20pm today (Saturday, July 1).
Detective Inspector Carl Price, from South Wales Police, said: “Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the child who has tragically died at a house fire in West Cross, Swansea.
“Of the three others who were in the house at the time, one child and a woman suffered smoke inhalation, and one man is in a serious condition in Morriston Hospital.
“An investigation is being carried out to establish the exact circumstances of the fire.
“We wish to thank members of the community who helped at the scene and those who have come forward with information.”
The cause of the fire, which was contained to one property, is unknown at this stage and a joint investigation is being carried out by police and the fire service.
The local community are thanked for their patience and understanding during the road closures.
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