Three individuals killed in Oxford fire identified

New Haven

Connecticut State Police have identified three individuals who were killed in a fire in Oxford on Saturday.

54-year-old Karl Maseizik and his brother, Christopher, 53, as well as Nanci Southwell, age 71, died in the blaze.

The fire broke out at 68 O’Neil Road.

Related Content: FD: Overnight fire breaks out in Oxford; 3 people dead

The town selectman had told News 8 that three adults had died in the fire.

The cause of the blaze is not known at this time.

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