Nottingham apartment fire: Neighbour likely to appear in court accused with triple murder

Today, a 31-year-old man is scheduled to appear in court on charges of intentionally causing a house fire that killed a mother and her two children.

Jamie Barrow of Fairisle Close, Clifton, is scheduled to appear in court in Nottingham.Fatoumatta Hydara was killed in the fire along with her two young children Naeemah Drammeh, aged one, and Fatimah Drammeh, aged three

He is accused of killing Fatoumatta Hydara, age 28, and her two small daughters, Naeemah Drammeh, age 1, and Fatimah Drammeh, age 3.

The family perished from smoke inhalation during an early Sunday morning fire at their Fairisle Close residence.

Fatoumatta Hydara and her two young daughters, Naeemah Drammeh, age one, and Fatimah Drammeh, age three, perished in the fire.

Tragically, two little children perished in a suspected arson attack in Nottingham.

Following the fire, Naeemah and Fatimah were taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, but nothing could be done to rescue them.The two young girls tragically lost their lives in the suspected arson attack in NottinghamThe two young girls tragically lost their lives in the suspected arson attack in Nottingham

Fatoumatta died two days later in the hospital.

Four days after his detention, Barrow was charged with three charges of murder on Thursday, according to Nottinghamshire Police.

Assistant Chief Constable Rob Griffin of Nottinghamshire Police stated, “Our sympathies are with the family and the communities touched by this most sad of tragedies during this terribly painful time.”

The suffering endured by this family is unimaginable.

Large teams of detectives have worked tirelessly with specialized search units and forensic specialists to determine the exact facts behind this intentional fire.

Following these investigations, a suspect has been charged with three counts of murder.

“The family is aware of this development, and I would like to thank them for their patience and understanding while we do all in our power to secure justice for Fatoumatta, Fatimah, and Naeemah.”

40-year-old husband Aboubacarr Drammeh laments the unfortunate death of his family in the fire.

In a statement released on Wednesday, Fatoumatta’s husband, Aboubacarr Drammeh, 40, paid homage to his family and characterized their deaths as unfathomable.

Flowers and other tributes have been placed outside the flat in Clifton, Nottingham

Mr. Drammeh, who returned from the United States after the fire, stated, ‘It is with tremendous sorrow that we have lost Fatoumatta and our two children in such a horrible manner.

“Fatoumatta had had a brief but extremely lovely and fruitful life.”

Fatoumatta, a previous volunteer, was a very cheerful, effervescent woman who had no desire to harm a fly.

“We appreciate the Ahmadi Muslim community in Nottinghamshire, the Gambian community, our local neighbors, and all those well-wishers for their unwavering support throughout this trying period.

“Neither I nor my in-laws have any daughters, grandchildren, or nieces. I shall miss my family terribly.

Flowers were left on Sunday at the scene of the deadly fire in Clifton, Nottingham.

Yesterday, authorities revealed heartbreaking images of the two girls laughing and playing together prior to the fire.

Husband Aboubacarr Drammeh, 40, has mourned the tragic loss of his family in the fire

One homeowner, who wished to remain anonymous, remarked, “You can’t image what that poor father is going through, losing his wife and children all at once.”

Yesterday, he was present but in a state of shock. He is totally distraught, as you would expect. You cannot possibly imagine yourself in such circumstance. This is really heartbreaking.

I did not know them well, but they appeared to be a nice, happy family.

Fatoumatta Hydara and her two young daughters, Naeemah Drammeh, age one, and Fatimah Drammeh, age three, perished in the fire.

The fire on the first floor that killed the mother and her two small children, ages one and three, is thought to have been intentionally set.

On Sunday morning, forensic specialists were going through the debris of the Fairisle Close council house.

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Sinski stated, “The events in the previous two days have shocked and devastated the local community.”

Rob Perkins, the headmaster of The Milford Academy in Clifton, where Fatimah attended nursery school, offered her a heartfelt tribute.

“Our entire school community was horrified and saddened to learn of the horrible events that transpired early on Sunday morning,” he added.Flowers left at the scene of the fatal fire in Clifton, near Nottingham, on Monday following the incident the previous day

“We are only beginning the agonizing process of coming to grips with what has occurred and the devastating realization that two little children and a mother have perished.

“We now know that one of these children was a student at Milford, and our prayers are with the family and everyone touched by this terrible occurrence.”

Fatimah was a cheerful, determined, and loving member of our nursery. Her affable disposition allowed her to make friends wherever she went, and she enjoyed cuddling.

“Fatimah was happiest when she was holding a paintbrush and glue stick, producing her next masterpiece.”

“Everyone could hear her infectious giggle as she zoomed about the lawn on her three-seater bicycle; she adored the outdoors.”

Our nursery will not be the same without her, and we shall all miss her terribly.

Friends placed flowers at the location where the deadly fire occurred early Sunday morning yesterday.

The police have informed nearby residents that high-visibility patrols would continue in the region in the coming days and have requested information from witnesses.

On Sunday, friends placed flowers at the scene of the terrible fire.

One family acquaintance, a weeping woman who was dropping flowers at their residence, said, “It’s horrible.” They have such a beautiful family.

She continued, “I can’t think of anything worse that might happen at this moment just before Christmas.” It is truly horrible, your greatest nightmare.

On Sunday morning, forensic specialists with sniffer dogs combed through the ruins of the council home.

Debris was readily visible through the damaged window on the second floor and the ruined apartment below.

The adjacent apartments were evacuated as the crime scene remained roped off.

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