Missing Kiajuana Nakedra Levy identified as victim of December house fire
Kiajuana Nakedra Levy Death – The Jackson Police Department is conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of a lady who went missing from Jackson. In December of 2022, JPD reports that a body was discovered inside a burning home located on Thomas Catchings Drive. The body was later identified as that of Kiajuana Keunya Nakedra Levy, who was 23 years old, according to the JPD. On December 22, 2022, Levy was the subject of a Silver Alert that was issued. Beasley Road was the location where she was last seen alive on October 25.
Related topic: Two people, including 11-year-old boy, killed in house fire in Lara, near Geelong
An 11-year-old boy and a man in his 70s passed away on Monday after being victims of a devastating house fire that occurred close to Geelong. Floral tributes have been placed for both victims. At approximately 4:45 in the morning, the local emergency services were dispatched to the residence located on Forest Road North in the community of Lara.
The bodies of a man who was 74 years old and a boy who was 11 years old were discovered inside the house after the fire was extinguished. Even though the origin of the fire has not been established, investigators do not believe it was suspicious in any way. Mark Guthrie, a Detective Senior Sergeant, stated that the 10-year-old sibling of the deceased kid was able to exit the house safely and was being cared for by his family. The deceased boy was found inside the residence. “It’s certainly not suspicious, it’s a tragic accident that’s occurred,” he added.
“It’s a terrible accident that’s occurred.” “We’re now in the process of preparing a report for the coroner. According to Detective Senior Sergeant Guthrie, the possibility of an electrical problem being the cause of the “intense” fire has been eliminated by the police. Peter Harvey, a neighbor, stated that he could see the big flames from his own backyard, and that it took the firefighters approximately one hour to put out the fire. “For one of your neighbours to perish like that, it’s horrible,” he said.
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