A contractor who accidentally caused a fire at a Connecticut home that killed three girls and two of their grandparents on Christmas morning in 2011 has agreed to settle part of a wrongful death lawsuit by paying the children’s father $5 million.
STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Stamford firefighters have redoubled their efforts to prevent fires since three sisters and their grandparents died in a Christmas Day house fire in 2011. The Advocate of Stamford reports (http://bit.ly/19hwefD) that […]
In an essay published in the most recent issue of Vogue magazine, a woman who lost her three young daughters and parents in a Christmas Day house fire in Stamford two years ago opens up […]
A woman whose three daughters and parents were killed in a Christmas morning fire in Stamford in 2011 has become engaged.
The estates of two grandparents killed in a Christmas morning fire plan to sue the city of Stamford.
A woman whose three daughters and parents died in a Christmas Day fire said she considered putting fireplace ashes blamed for the blaze outdoors about an hour before flames swept through the home.
The woman whose three daughters and parents died in a Christmas Day fire says firefighters pulled her away as she tried to get back into the burning house to save her family.
A New York City advertising executive whose three daughters and parents died in a Christmas morning fire at her Connecticut home plans to sue Stamford city for property damage, personal injury and civil rights violations.
A Stamford official is rejecting allegations by an attorney for the father of three girls killed in a Christmas morning house fire that the Connecticut city failed to ensure safe conditions as the house was being renovated.
Stamford investigators have held a preliminary meeting with a state prosecutor about a Christmas Day fire that killed three young girls and their grandparents