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UPDATE: 2 adults, 2 kids die after Manchester 4-alarm fire, 30 total evacuated


MANCHESTER - Firefighters say a blaze at an apartment building in Manchester has left two adults and two children dead.

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The fire department began getting 911 calls on the fire at sunrise Monday. Responders arrived to find heavy fire at the building.

Firefighters say two of the victims died at the scene and two died at a hospital. Autopsies are scheduled for Tuesday.

READ: 4 dead in massive 4-alarm fire in Manchester

One firefighter suffered a non-life-threatening injury.

Fire Chief Daniel Goonan says seven of the 12 apartments were occupied. The Red Cross was assisting some of the occupants. In all, 30 people were evacuated.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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