Just after 11:45pm Splendora Fire Department was dispatched to Goode City Road in far northeast Montgomery County. Initial reports came in saying two children were trapped at opposite ends of a eighty foot single wide mobile home.
As fire crews arrived they were also met by neighbors who advised people were still in the inferno. Splendora immediately called for a second alarm bringing Cleveland, Caney Creek, River Plantation, New Caney, Porter, Tarkington, Cut and Shoot and North Montgomery fire departments and requesting Conroe Fire to back in at station to cover the area incase of another call.
Braving the intense heat several firefighters crawled into the structure to attempt to locate the victims. On 14-year-old boy was found outside with minor burns to his hands and smoke inhalation. He was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston.
As fire fighters fought the intense stubborn fire one of the victims, an 11-year-old boy was was located deceased in the back bedroom. As fire fighters finally got a handle on the blaze the boys mother was also discovered in the same room not three feet from the boy. The 41-year-old female was also deceased.
A neighbor stated the father/husband has passed away several months back.
The Montgomery County Fire Marshals Office is investigating the fire and after leaving at 4am this morning said they will be returning at daylight.
Firefighters were visibly shaken by the grim discovery. The victims identity has not been released pending notification of other family members.
The Fire Marshals Office has just identified the victims as: Serena Dunn, 41, Dylan Lula which was her 12 year old son who was a 6th grader at Piney Woods Middle School in Splendora.
The survivor, Dustin Dunn, age 14, a freshman at Splendora High Scholl.
Judge Metts ordered Metcalf Funeral Directors to transport the victims to the Dallas County Medical Examiner for autopsy.
According to Scott Burlin with the Fire Marshal’s Office who is just leaving the scene the cause of the fire at this point is undetermined. There were no smoke detectors in the home.
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