GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Housing code inspectors visited the apartment complex, where five kids died in a fire.

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Inspectors with the City of Greensboro visited the complex, on Summit Avenue. They're making sure everything is up to code following the deadly fire that killed five children.

Inspectors will return on Wednesday as they make their way through the 42 units.

Investigators said the apartment fire was an accident and unattended cooking was to blame.

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Four of the kids were refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo. They moved to Greensboro, for a better life.

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