Fatal Stamford Fire: Smoldering Embers Were Left In Bag By The House

Two of the little sisters who died in a furious house fire early Christmas morning lost their way as a family friend tried to lead them to safety.

Two of the little sisters who died in a furious house fire early Christmas morning lost their way as a family friend tried to lead them to safety.

Fire investigators said old fireplace embers caused the deadly Conn. fire that killed a family on Christmas Day. CBS News reports that: "Of the seven people in the home, there were only two survivors: the girls' mother, a New

Click here Old fireplace embers caused deadly Conn. fire Originally published: December 27, 2011 2:37 AM Updated: December 27, 2011 10:43 PM By The Associated Press JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN (Associated Press) (AP) — Two of the little sisters who died in a

The report states that the smoldering remains, or embers, of a Christmas night Yule log were put in a bucket and left in a foyer; the flames later reignited and caused the massive house fire. (See a video attached about how to properly maintain and put