Cops rule Sugerys Ramirez’s death in New York fire a homicide

A woman was found dead after a fire at a Brooklyn apartment – and police said on Wednesday she was intentionally burned alive in a case ruled a homicide.

Sugerys Ramirez, 40, was discovered unconscious in the second-floor apartment of a building on Van Siclen Avenue near Fulton Street in Cypress Hills following a fire early in the morning on November 11, police officers said.

She was pronounced dead by rescue workers.

Firefighters respond to the November 11 blaze on Van Siclen Avenue near Fulton Street in Cypress Hills.
Sugerys Ramirez, 40, who was killed Nov. 11 in a fire on Van Siclen Avenue near Fulton Street in Cypress Hills, was burned to death, police officers said.
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Firefighters can be seen in front of the Cypress Hills building where the fire started.
Ramirez died from “homicidal violence, including thermal injuries,” officials said.
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A death certificate for Ramirez, released by the city’s chief medical examiner’s office, revealed that she died from “homicidal violence, including thermal injuries,” police said Wednesday.

No information was initially known about a suspect or a motive.

An FDNY truck can be seen in front of the fire station at 124 Van Siclen Street.
Police had no immediate details on a suspect in the arson death.
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Police initially described Ramirez as a squatter.

Another person was slightly injured in the blaze but declined medical attention, the FDNY said.

A dozen units with 60 fire and rescue workers had responded to the inferno.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/14/woman-burned-alive-in-nyc-fire-case-ruled-homicide-cops/ Cops rule Sugerys Ramirez’s death in New York fire a homicide

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