Three charged over us nightclub fire deaths The bodies of the 12 murdered were found in the burnt-out club in a shallow grave

Three charged over us nightclub fire deaths The bodies of the 12 murdered were found in the burnt-out club in a shallow grave

Four people have been charged with murder after firefighters were called to a ‘club party’ party in Cardiff where six people were killed

A man with’mental health issues’ and three people of South Asian decent have been charged over the deaths of six people in Cardiff city centre in January, it has emerged.

The charges are still under investigation and a number of victims were believed to have been victims of drink-driving.

Four men and two women – a man in his 40s and a woman aged 33 – face charges of murder after their bodies were found in the club 더킹카지노after fire fighters extinguished a blaze at the nightclub earlier this month.

It is understood they are currently being held in Cardiff Metropolitan Police and a spokesperson for South Wales Police confirmed officers were investigating.

One of the men is believed to have received psychiatric treatment after the tragedy in Cardiff and a senior police source told The Sunday Times the force could not confirm the status of the woman but could confirm she had received a mental health assessment.

South Wales Police said: ‘All six victims were a young family that did not suffer from any alcohol issues, and were not at risk of causing harm.

One of the men charged is believed to 우리카지노have received psychiatric treatment after the tragedy in Cardiff

‘South Wales Police will do all we can to give each victim 더킹카지노and their families the support and respect they need to accept the charge that has been made.

‘I would like to thank the victims and their families for their continued support throughout this difficult period and I would like to extend my condolences to them at this tragic time.’

Another man is said to have suffered from mental health issues and has been released on bail pending further enquiries into his background, a South Wales Police spokesman said.

The spokesman also said the woman arrested would not be charged until more information is received.

Mr D’Avane said police would not comment on whether the woman arrested is a family member of one of the victims and the pair who were shot dead on January 22.

A man has been charged with murder after a fire at the club which left six people dead and injured at least 50, and at least 30 more had been treated at a local hospital. The dead included a 17-year-old boy and a 21-year-old woman

Mr D’Avane has released a statement thanking the victims for their support

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