Police ID 3 People Found Dead After Fire at Oxford Home - NBC Connecticut

Police ID 3 People Found Dead After Fire at Oxford Home



    Police Investigate Triple Fatal Fire in Oxford

    The investigation continues into a fire that killed three people in Oxford late Saturday night.

    (Published Monday, March 25, 2019)

    State police have identified the three people who were found dead in a home at 63 O’Neil Road in Oxford after a fire Saturday night.

    Officials said emergency crews received a dozen 911 calls around 11:20 p.m. on Saturday and found the home engulfed in flames.

    While firefighters were extinguishing the flames, they found three adults dead in the home.

    Police have identified the occupants of the home as 53-year-old Christopher Maseizik, 54-year-old Karl Maseizik and 71-year-old Nanci N. Southwell and said the medical examiner will release the cause of death.

    3 Killed in Fire at Oxford Home

    [HAR] 3 Killed in Fire at Oxford Home

    Firefighters battling a fire at a home in Oxford late Saturday night found three people dead inside the home.

    (Published Sunday, March 24, 2019)

    The single family home is considered a total loss, according to fire officials. There was no damage to any surrounding homes.

    Oxford police are investigating and are being assisted by the State Police Major Crimes unit and state fire investigators.

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