Autopsies of boys, dad killed in island house fire fails to reveal cause

Investigators working to determine the cause of a house fire on an island off Brisbane that killed five children and their father say no suspicious circumstances have been identified.

Police released an update on Friday about the investigation into the Russell Island fire on August 6, which killed Wayne Godinet, 34, and his sons Zac, 11, Harry, 10, four-year-old twins Kyza and Koah, and Nicky, 3.

Wayne Godinet and Samantha Stephenson.Credit: Nine News

The children’s mother, Samantha…

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