Eric Acosta, left, and Joe Sena console each other outside their relatives' house in which four family members died in a fire early Tuesday, Oct, 30, 2012 in Pueblo, Colo. Homeowner Harvey Montoya, 62, and April Hon, 26, and her children Michael Hon-Montoya, 3, and 3-month-old Frankie Anaya were killed. The fire appears to be accidental, the result of medical oxygen and cigarette smoking, according to Pueblo fire Chief Chris Riley, adding it was the worst fire fatality in Pueblo in decades. (AP Photo/The Pueblo Chieftain, John Jaques)

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Eric Acosta, left, and Joe Sena console each other outside their relatives' house in which four family members died in a fire early Tuesday, Oct, 30, 2012 in Pueblo, Colo. Homeowner Harvey Montoya, 62, and April Hon, 26, and her children Michael Hon-Montoya, 3, and 3-month-old Frankie Anaya were killed. The fire appears to be accidental, the result of medical oxygen and cigarette smoking, according to Pueblo fire Chief Chris Riley, adding it was the worst fire fatality in Pueblo in decades. (AP Photo/The Pueblo Chieftain, John Jaques)
Eric Acosta, left, and Joe Sena console each other outside their relatives' house in which four family members died in a fire early Tuesday, Oct, 30, 2012 in Pueblo, Colo. Homeowner Harvey Montoya, 62, and April Hon, 26, and her children Michael Hon-Montoya, 3, and 3-month-old Frankie Anaya were killed. The fire appears to be accidental, the result of medical oxygen and cigarette smoking, according to Pueblo fire Chief Chris Riley, adding it was the worst fire fatality in Pueblo in decades. (AP Photo/The Pueblo Chieftain, John Jaques)
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