Agreement reached in fatal Christmas Day fire lawsuit

An agreement has been reached to resolve the lawsuit filed by a Stamford woman who lost her parents and three children in a fire on

STAMFORD - An agreement has been reached to resolve the lawsuit filed by a Stamford woman who lost her parents and three children in a fire on Christmas Day.

Madonna Badger sued the Norwalk-based demolition company that tore down her home the day after the fire.

Badger says the home was taken down without her permission and all of her property was lost.

Today in court, Badger's lawyer announced that they have reached a deal with that company, but the terms were not announced.

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