The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office announced Wednesday that all seven victims of Monday's fatal fire on Fultz Street in Akron died of smoke inhalation.
There was no other trauma on the bodies, other than that from the fire, according to the medical examiner's office.
Following autopsies, two of the victims have been positively identified as 35-year-old Dennis Huggins and 38-year-old Angela Boggs, according to investigator Gary Guenther.
The remaining five victims have yet to be positively identified, he said, and identifications will require DNA testing. They are believed to be the children of Huggins and Boggs -- son Jered Boggs, 14, daughter Daisia Huggins, 6, son Kylle Huggins, 5, daughter Alivia Huggins, 3, and son Cameron Huggins, 1.
A cause of the blaze has yet to be determined. The incident remains under investigation by the Akron police and fire departments, the Ohio State Fire Marshal's Office and the medical examiner's office.