Four people have died in a severe house fire in Toronto and two others are being treated for injuries in hospital.\nToronto Fire Services confirmed that the three-alarm blaze broke out at just after 4:30 a.m. on Friday at 95 Gainsborough Rd. in the Upper Beaches, near Coxwell and Gerrard.\nEditor's Choice: The Polar Vortex Is Sinking & Bringing 'The Coldest Air Of The Season' To Eastern Canada\n\nOn scene of a serious fire on Ganesborough. 5 people have been removed from the house, and crews continue to search the property. pic.twitter.com/9l4O5VSWe5— Toronto Fire Service (@Toronto_Fire) January 29, 2021\n\nThree victims had initially been confirmed deceased, but upon a secondary search of the property, a fourth victim was discovered.\nThe fire also spread to a neighbouring home, and houses on both sides were evacuated.\nHowever, Toronto Fire Service Chief Jessop said to the media that all six victims were taken from 95 Gainsborough.\nOne firefighter was reported to have fallen through the floor but is accounted for and okay.\nThe conditions of the two injured victims in hospital are unknown, Chief Jessop said in a live statement to CP24. \nToronto Fire Services will begin a complete investigation once the house is deemed safe. CP24 reports that crews will likely remain at the scene for most of the day.