Four people, including a little girl and baby boy, were killed in a shack fire in Mfuleni in the early hours of Friday morning, bringing to seven the number of people killed in Cape Town fires in less than a week.The City of Cape Town's fire and rescue services officials responded to numerous shacks which caught alight in Themba Crescent at 03:10, spokesperson Jermaine Carelse said."The fire crews managed to contain and extinguish the fire just after 04:00. However, upon clearing the debris the bodies of a man, woman, girl and baby boy was discovered," he said."The scene was cordoned off and handed over to the South African Police Service."On Monday, a child was killed in a shack fire in Driftsands.READ: Cape Town fire claims the lives of two men, a woman and a childHis remains were found in debris created in Valangentabo Street.A man had also been treated for slight injuries.The day before, two people died in a fire in Wallacedene, which also destroyed 28 shacks in Mfeketo Street.Due to strong winds, firefighters battled the blaze for two hours.The bodies of a man and a woman was discovered in one of the shacks after the fire was extinguished.