Two bodies found after children reported missing in western Quebec house fire

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Two bodies have been found after a fire tore through a home in western Quebec on Saturday night.
    
Two children had been reported missing in the blaze, but a local police spokesman said today that an autopsy will be needed to confirm the identities of the deceased.
    
The fire started at about 10:40 p.m. in a residence in La Peche, Que., about 40 kilometres north of Gatineau.
    
Police spokesman Martin Fournel said a man, a woman and two young girls were inside the residence at the time.
    
Both adults were injured in the fire. The woman's injuries were originally considered life-threatening but Fournel says her condition has since improved.
    
Fournel says the woman hurt herself while trying to go back into the home to find the children.