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Officials ID man killed in Connecticut house fire

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Officials have identified man killed in Enfield house fire. (WFSB file photo) Officials have identified man killed in Enfield house fire. (WFSB file photo)
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ENFIELD, CT (AP) -

Officials have identified a 21-year-old man who died in a Connecticut house fire last week.

The state medical examiner's office says Jose Cotto-Moya died Friday in Enfield of smoke inhalation.

Authorities say the blaze broke out around 2 a.m.  

Cotto-Moya's mother, Jacqueline Moya, his fiancée, Kaitlyn Robles, and the couple's 2-year-old daughter were hospitalized. The three are in stable condition.

Police said Tuesday the fire does not appear to have been intentionally set. The investigation continues.

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