A mobile home fire in Tiffin, Ohio Sunday morning resulted in the death of a woman's infant son, four daughters, and her boyfriend while she was at work. The trailer house fire consumed her loved ones and the entire house in one flaming tragedy, Toledo Blade reports Sept. 15.
Anna Angel, 30, identified the bodies of those she lost in the mobile home fire. They were: Domanic Fresch, infant, Trinitie Huey, 4, Sunshine Huey, 3, Stormie Huey, 5, Tiara Angel, 6, and her boyfriend, Timothy Fresch, 25.
Tiffin Police were called at about 7:45 a.m. regarding the trailer fire located at Highland Trailer Park, 686 S. Sandusky St. By the time police and fire fighters made it to the scene, the fire had totally burned the mobile home.
Angel reportedly gave each of her children a kiss goodbye after identifying their bodies. She was accompanied by a co-worker during the devastating identification process. Angel was working at Burger King and had been there about two hours into her shift when the trailer fire broke out.
Angel Ramirez, the sister of Angel's, said relatives were informed by the hospital that all of the children and Mr. Fresch died of smoke inhalation. Angel was apparently not permitted to see the body of her boyfriend due to the severity of his burns.
The report went on to say that at Burger King where Angel works is accepting donations for funeral and burial expenses after the mobile home fire. The address is: Burger King, 683 W. Market St.,Tiffin, OH 44883.