Mau Dao pictures,sets herself on fire and killing her twins Trinh and Tram Tran
Mau Dao, 47, (center) set herself on fire early Sunday morning in her California home killing the twins and injuring her 11-year-old daughter (right)
A house fire killed 14-year-old twins Trinh and Tram Tran (pictured left and right)
Authorities say the 11-year old was outside the house engulfed in flames around 2.45am Sunday and flagged a Vallejo police officer who was patrolling the area
The 11-year-old is with father and now-widowed Tuan Tran (pictured right with his late wife)
According to the fundraising page, the family dog Milo survived the fire and was recently found
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