Seven Pakistanis, including four kids, were killed in a residence fire on Friday in Chestermere, Alberta, Canada, according to a record by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
Royal Canadian Installed Police Corporal (RCMP) Tammy Keibel, while speaking to CBC, said that five people had actually handled to escape the fire as well as 7 had been discovered dead in the house.
The dead include a 38-year-old males and female, a 35-year-old female, a 12-year-old kid as well as lady, an eight-year-old girl and also a four-year-old child.
” It’s a very unfortunate circumstance,” CBC estimated Keibel as saying. She likewise told the Canadian news agency that the cause of the fire had not been determined but initial investigation did not show any type of criminal activity.
The record claimed the deceased were from 2 associated family members that had actually been staying at the house.
In a declaration brought by The Associated Press of Pakistan on the case, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated: “I am deeply regreted over the loss of Pakistani nationals in a fire case. We are in contact with the Canadian authorities for [an] investigation right into the occurrence.”
He additionally wished the left souls as well as for stamina to the bereaved family members to birth the loss with stamina, claimed the declaration, adding that he additionally ordered expansion of extensive assistance to the influenced family members.
The statement also said that on the foreign minister’s directions, Pakistan’s high commissioner to Canada as well as its consular office in Vancouver remained in consistent contact with the family members.
At the same time, a statement from the Foreign Office (FO) additionally expressed its acknowledgements as well as said it was “deeply saddened by the awful fatality, as a result of house fire, of 7 Canadian-Pakistanis, including four children, in Alberta, Canada.”
” Our ideas as well as petitions are with the households of the sufferers of this unfortunate occurrence. We also wish fast as well as full healing of the hurt.”
The FO statement stated that the Pakistan Consulate General in Vancouver was in contact with the relevant Canadian authorities to determine the realities of the case and also offer “all feasible help” to the bereaved household.
“According to the relevant Canadian authorities, the reason for the fire is still unidentified, however, preliminary investigations show that it’s not criminal in nature,” claimed the FO statement.