BALTIMORE - It's been one year since four children and their grandmother were killed in an Northeast Baltimore fire.
Several family members jumped out of windows to escape, but Tykia, Darryl, baby James, K'niyah, and Nancy Worrell all died inside leaving family and neighbors shattered.
Fire investigators determined a furnace inside the home was to blame for the fire.
The family is blaming the Baltimore Housing Authority.
They filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the city.
View the Worrell's family memorial coverage here:
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