Alicia Adzima Obituary, Death Cause – Sault Ste. Marie law enforcement has determined that a lady was responsible for the deaths of herself and her three young children when she deliberately set fire to their home. According to the Sault Ste. Marie Police Department, Alicia Adzima, age 31, twin twins Ella and Eva Clossick, age 4, and Emery Adzima, age 1, were all killed in the fire that took place on March 14 at 3607 Shallows Beach Avenue. Alicia Adzima gave birth to a son named Emery.
On March 14, 2023, Alicia Marie Adzima, who was 31 years old, was killed when a fire broke out in her home. She was originally from Michigan’s Sault Sainte Marie. Tragically, Alicia and her three children, Ella and Eva, who were twins and were 4 years old, as well as Emery, who was 1 year old, all perished in the fire. It has been confirmed that her mother, Melissa A. Davis, who lives in Escanaba, is one of the people who managed to escape the fire. At this current time, the services are not yet finished being provided. At a later date, a comprehensive obituary will be written and published.
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