By George Solis

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Friday, fire officials say a Baltimore mother and her two daughters died from thermal injuries and smoke inhalation.

Wednesday, Baltimore City Fire officials say just after 1 a.m., firefighters responded to the fire in the 700 block of E. Coldspring Lane.

Four-year-old Layla, was in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she was on life support and in a coma, but died Thursday, a day after her mother, Alicia Even, and her 5-year-old sister Amani.

RELATED: 2nd Child In Baltimore Fire Dies Day After Mother, Sister Died

Evans graduated from Baltimore’s Mercy High School in 2010.

Evans’ family attended a private service honoring the victims held at the school Friday.

“She was just a beautiful spirit, very thoughtful, very gentle and very faith filled,” said Mary Beth Lennon, Mercy High School President. “Her adviser said everyone loved Alicia, she was just the kind of girl that had friends throughout her class.”

The school posted on Facebook Wednesday night expressing shock and sadness.

A GoFundMe page has been set up for the family. You can find it HERE.

According to the fire department, there have been 28 fire fatalities in Baltimore City this year.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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