Bronx Woman, 73, Recovering from Fire That Killed Husband, Grandson

Fire officials say all three floors were involved and part of the roof collapsed

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    A fast-moving fire in the Bronx forced people to jump from windows to escape the flames. But three people, including a 12 year-old boy, didn't make it out. Ida Siegal reports.

    A 73-year-old woman injured in a New Year's Eve fire that claimed the lives of her husband and two other relatives is recovering at a hospital.

    June Debro, a retired nurse, jumped to safety from a third-floor window of her Bronx home on Beach Avenue.

    Her husband, 73-year-old John Debro, her 71-year-old sister, Annetta Isaac, and 12-year-old grandson, Jahvonte Smith, all died of smoke inhalation.

    Family member Tormaine Stevens told the Daily News that June Debro was in pain and very sad.

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    Fire officials say three people have died and three other people suffered minor injuries in a suspicious overnight fire at an apartment building in the Bronx. Sheldon Dutes reports from the Bronx.

    Stevens said "The house is gone. Everything is gone."

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