2 dead in house fire in Brighton, Ont., were married couple, police say

Two people have died in a Wednesday morning house fire in Brighton, Ont., the same week four people were killed in a fire in Oshawa, Ont.

Fire comes 2 days after an Oshawa fire killed 4 people, including a mom and 2 children

The remains of a home that caught fire in Brighton, Ont., that left two people dead on Wednesday. (CBC)

Two people have died in a Wednesday morning house fire in Brighton, Ont., provincial police say.

Firefighters were called to an address on Harbour Street in Brighton, 155 kilometres east of Toronto, at about 7:15 a.m. ET after a jogger spotted heavy black smoke from the home. 

The firefighters discovered two bodies inside. Police have yet to identify the two, but have confirmed they were married. 

An official from the Office of the Fire Marshal has been called to investigate, which is standard for any fire that results in death.

On Monday, a man and a woman and her two children were killed in a fire at a home in Oshawa, Ont.