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Children Die In Fire, But Aunt Is Concerned With Food Stamp Card [#BIGDUMMYFILES]

This happened in 09 but is just going VIRAL, Two kids are dead after they perished in a Memphis, TN. house fire. But what will surprise you in this story is what one relative is concerned about minutes after firefighters discovered the bodies of the kids.

The children, ages 2 and 3, were left alone in the house by their mother and aunt, and when they received word that the house was on fire they rushed back to the residence, but it was too late. Watch this video and be amazed at the stupidity involved here.

How stupid can one person be, I wonder what these people are doing now since this happened 4 years ago.

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