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Australia Woman charged over triple-murder house fire 'not known' to victims

05:15  04 december  2020
05:15  04 december  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A 46-year-old woman has been charged with murder and arson causing death following a fatal house fire in Melbourne’s west. An earlier police statement said it was believed the woman was known to one of the residents of the property. Abbey’s sister Emily Forrest identified the trio as the victims of

She has been charged with three counts of murder and arson causing death and police believe she is known to one of the parents, 9News reports. Another neighbour woken by his smoke alarms said he had seen a woman in the house “frantically gasping for air.” Sgt Kennedy said the cause of the fire is


a close up of a couple of people posing for the camera: Jenny Hayes has been charged with three counts of murder. © Nine Jenny Hayes has been charged with three counts of murder.

The woman charged over the alleged triple-murder of a young family in a ferocious house fire in Melbourne's south-west is not known to the victims, police say.

Victoria Police today issued a new statement, clarifying the family did not know 46-year-old accused Jenny Hayes from Airport West.

Abbey Forrest, 19, Inda Sohal, 28, and their three-week-old baby daughter Ivy perished inside their Point Cook townhouse after a fire ripped through the Totem Way property about 3.40am on Wednesday.

Arson and Explosive Squad detectives yesterday charged Ms Hayes with three counts of murder and arson causing death.

The accused did not appear at the Melbourne Magistrates' Court via video link last night, instead staying at Richmond police station.

She did not apply for bail and is expected back in court in March.

The court heard it was the accused's first time in custody and she was in a poor state behind bars on pain medication.

a close up of a couple of people posing for the camera: Jenny Hayes has been charged with three counts of murder. © Nine Jenny Hayes has been charged with three counts of murder. a group of people posing for the camera: Murder accused Jenny Hayes. © Nine Murder accused Jenny Hayes.

Ms Forrest's sister Emily returned to the scene of the fatal blaze yesterday, telling reporters the couple had only moved into the home a few weeks ago, after the birth of their daughter.

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Victoria police has laid charges over a fatal housefire in Melbourne's south-west. Police have charged a 46-year-old woman with murder and arson. Emily Forrest visited the scene of the fatal house fire on Friday morning to lay flowers and a toy outside the remains of the home (Pictured left to

The baby girl would have turned three weeks old today.

"I'm just trying to be really strong, and just trying to hold it together for them," she said.

a person standing in front of a building: Sister Emily Forrest says the family is devastated following the tragedy. © Nine Sister Emily Forrest says the family is devastated following the tragedy. a group of people posing for the camera: Abbey Forrest (left) with her sister Emily (centre) and their parents. © Nine Abbey Forrest (left) with her sister Emily (centre) and their parents.

"Their lives had pretty much just started and should be like the perfect time of their life and now this awful tragedy has happened."

Gurvinder Singh, a close friend of Mr Sohal, was too overcome with grief to speak for long about the tragedy.

"I just don't have any words for… I just can't describe the sadness that I'm having now," he said.

Distressed neighbours woke to the sound of their smoke alarm just before 4am to find the house next door engulfed in flames.

a building with smoke coming out of it: The family-of-three perished in the fire. © Nine The family-of-three perished in the fire. diagram, engineering drawing: The damaged Point Cook home. © Nine The damaged Point Cook home.

They used an axe in a desperate attempt to free a woman from inside the house but were unable to get to her.

"All I can hear in my head right now is them screaming for help," neighbour Jade Bartolo told 9News.

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