NESCOPECK, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) —The investigation into a fire that killed 10 people, including three children, in Nescopeck last Friday continues.

Pennsylvania State Police are calling this case a “complex criminal investigation.” Neighbors say State Police investigators were back in the neighborhood today interviewing neighbors.

The close-knit community is still trying to come to grips with the loss of 10 people. While they mourn and come together they also want answers, as to why and how it happened.

The fire started around 2:30 am, neighbors, say they heard what sounded like gunshots and when they looked out their windows they saw an inferno. Investigators state three adults were able to escape the flames but three children and seven adults perished.

Neighbors say State Police investigators were back in the neighborhood today interviewing them about what they saw and heard Friday morning.

Eyewitness News spoke with Chester Lewoc who lives across the street from the home. He knows the pain of losing a child.

“Well, unfortunately, I experienced my own personal son my son was killed in a car crash seven-eight years ago. So that pain never goes away. Just as I’m sure these mother’s pain will never go away.”

As Eyewitness News reported on Friday we know that a man was taken into custody by police at the scene that morning.

But investigators are not releasing details about that individual. Neighbors also tell us they saw a fire line.. burning from the front porch into the street.

The County coroner says that autopsies determined that all ten victims died from smoke inhalation. The manner of death is still pending as this investigation continues.