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One in two deaths judged a homicide


The death of at least one person who died in a fire at an apartment complex in Kansas City last week has been ruled a homicide. Police investigated a fire at the Vivion Oaks apartments near North Oak Trafficway and NE 50th Court after two people were found dead there last Monday. One of the victims of the July 25 fire has been identified as 20-year-old Aiden Ayers. His death was ruled a homicide. The second victim has not yet been identified, and the judgment on his death has not yet been rendered by the medical examiner’s office. Another person suffered minor burns. The fire occurred at the Vivion Oaks apartment complex around 4.30am on July 25. It’s spread all over the building, which is a total loss. The Red Cross is helping families displaced by the fire. Several residents of the apartment complex have complained about the property management company that oversees the building and some of its residents. The Kansas City Police Department’s Bomb and Arson team is leading the investigation with assistance from the ATF and the Kansas City Fire Department. There is still no official decision on whether the fire will be classified as arson. According to the police, this decision could take some time.

The death of at least one person who died in a fire at an apartment complex in Kansas City last week has been ruled a homicide.

Police investigated a fire at Vivion Oaks apartments near North Oak Trafficway and NE 50e Court after two people were found dead there last Monday.

One of the victims of the July 25 fire has been identified as 20-year-old Aiden Ayers.

His death was ruled a homicide.

The second victim has not yet been identified, and the judgment on his death has not yet been rendered by the medical examiner’s office. Another person was slightly burned.

The fire occurred at the Vivion Oaks apartment complex around 4:30 a.m. on July 25.

KCFD’s Jason Spreitzer says crews arrived, and within minutes they saw a ball of fire rising outside the building. It’s spread all over the building, which is a total loss. The Red Cross is helping families displaced by the fire.

Several residents of the apartment complex have complained about the property management company that oversees the building and some of its residents.

The Kansas City Police Department’s Bomb and Arson team is leading the investigation with assistance from the ATF and the Kansas City Fire Department.

There is still no official decision on whether the fire will be classified as arson.

According to the police, this decision could take some time.

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