Viewing planned for New Year's Eve fire victims

The FDNY has ruled the cause of a fatal New Year's Eve fire in Soundview as accidental.

The FDNY has ruled the cause of a fatal New Year's Eve fire in Soundview as accidental. (1/11/13)

THE BRONX - A viewing will be held today for three family members killed in a New Year's Eve fire in Soundview.

The three-alarm blaze tore through a building at 735 Beach Ave. at around 5:30 a.m. on Dec. 31. The victims are 12-year-old Jahvonte Smith, 71-year-old Annetta Isaac and 73-year-old John Debro.

Officials say that all three victims died of smoke inhalation.

The viewing will be held in Baychester and the funeral is scheduled for Saturday.  

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