Kayla Diaz Obituary, Victim Identified Dead in Downey Condo Fire

Kayla Diaz Obituary, Death – As the authorities continue their investigation into the tragedy that took place over the holiday weekend, they have disclosed the name of a kid who perished in a fire that happened at a condominium in Downey. The fire claimed the life of the toddler. The girl’s age, in years, was 12. The victim was identified as Kayla Kaimimoku-Diaz, who had just turned 12 years old at the time of her passing, according to the office of the coroner. Sadly, the assault also claimed the life of her mother. The girl’s grandmother was hurt when a fire broke out on Tuesday night in the 9900 block of Tweedy Lane just before 11 o’clock.

The incident occurred on Tweedy Lane. Firefighters reported that thick smoke and a fire were coming from the main structure as well as the garage. The grandma who had been burned was found outside of the house, where she was found to be suffering from her injuries. On Thursday, specific details regarding her condition could not be obtained from any sources. Kayla and her mother were found together inside the house. Both of them were there. The mother did not survive the accident and passed away at the spot. Kayla had just arrived at the hospital when she passed away.

Jorge Villanueva, the Battalion Chief of the Downey Fire Department, told reporters present at the scene that the two victims found inside the building were a mother and daughter who were found inside an upstairs bathroom both in complete cardiac arrest. The two victims were found inside the building. On the second floor was where you could find the restroom. Villanueva is reported to have told the reporters, “It affects all of us fairly severely,” according to the quote.

Officials from the fire department have indicated that it appears the fire started in the garage and then moved to the apartment. They said that it appears the fire started in the garage and then spread to the flat. The investigation into what brought to it is still ongoing. In a total of twenty-five minutes, the firefighters were successful in putting out the flames and preventing them from spreading to the adjoining units. The following article tags are dedicated to DOWNEY as their subject: