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November 28, 1986

Three girls died in two early morning fires in San Diego, despite efforts of two passers-by and a neighbor to save the children. Harry Cunningham and Paul Torres, both of National City, attempted unsuccessfully to rescue Willanette Anne Murray, 7, and her cousin, Leslie, 3, from a raging fire in a small, single-family house at 2812 B St., Golden Hill. In Loma Portal, Cheryl Sadin fought flames and smoke in a vain effort to rescue Robertta Kathleen Moffitt, 10, from a two-bedroom house at 3641 Poe St., next door to Sadin's house. The fires were under investigation.

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