Candlelight Vigil / by Justin Merriman

A.J. Jakub, the father of Serenity Jakub, 3, one of the six victims of McKeesport's deadly fire on Saturday morning, breaks down in tears as he tries to speak at a candlelight vigil on Sunday evening in front of the home in McKeesport.
Jonetta Meekins, 15, right, consoles her friend, Danielle Haas, 17, at a vigil on Sunday evening for the victims of a fatal fire in McKeesport that took the lives of Haas' aunt and cousins.  The fire that broke out Saturday morning claimed the lives of six people and injured another. 
Rebecca Brydges cries during the candlelight vigil.  Brydges fiancĂ©, A.J. Jakub, lost his daughter in the fire.
A memorial sits in front of the home where a fire took the lives of six people in McKeesport. Ronald Egenlauf Sr., 55; his daughter-in-law, Hope Jordan, 27; and Jordan's children Dominic Jordan, 7, Autumn Jordan, 6, Serenity Jakub, 3, and Victoria Jordan, 2, died of acute smoke and fume inhalation when fire engulfed their home in the 300 block of Express Alley on Saturday morning, according to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office. 
To read more about the moving vigil visit the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.