The 12-year-aged lady who died following a dwelling fire in Ballymena on Wednesday became as soon as Brooke Reid McMaster.
The year nine pupil at Dunclug College became as soon as described by her headteacher as being a “loved” pupil.
The Northern Eire Ambulance Provider (NIAS) stated it became as soon as known as to a dwelling at Staffa Power in the Ballykeel dwelling of County Antrim at around 17: 50 BST.
A man who became as soon as in the dwelling at the time became as soon as taken to health heart for remedy, primarily based fully on police.
In a submit on Fb, Dunclug College main Ruth Wilson stated that workers and pupils “narrative deep sorrow on the tragic demise”.
The Police Provider of Northern Eire (PSNI) and NI Fireplace and Rescue Provider attended the property.
Pastor Tom Todd stated the family are “in a full command of shock”.
He suggested BBC News NI that he had spoken to family members who “are searching to figure out what has came about”.
PSNI Ch Insp William Calderwood stated that the cause behind fireplace has no longer but been certain and would possibly be be topic to investigation, with the NI Fireplace and Rescue Provider.