firefighter discovered his family were among the 10 dead as he tackled a horror blaze.Harold Baker arrived at a devastating house fire in Nescopeck, Pennsylvania, US, where he found killed his son, daughter, father-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, three grandchildren and two other relatives.Pennsylvania State Police has confirmed the names of six of the victims, but not yet the youngest who are understood to be children aged just five, six and seven.READ MORE: Four men left in 'grave of debris' for months after inferno ripped through mill are namedThe tragedy is now being treated by the authorities as suspicious with a criminal investigation launched into what sparked the fire at around 2.30am local time (6.30am GMT) on Friday morning.
Nescopeck Volunteer Fire Company firefighter, Harold said his kids were round their aunt and uncle's house for a swim.Bereaved Harold told local media: "When we turned the corner up here on Dewey [Street] I knew right away what house it was just by looking down the street."I was on the first engine, and when we pulled up, the whole place was fully involved.
We tried to get in to them."The kids that were there and my two kids were just visiting their aunt and uncle."Those were the ones who own the house.Read more on dailystar.co.uk