STAMFORD - Investigators say they are planning to re-interview the two survivors of the Christmas Day fire in Stamford that killed five people.
Police and fire officials say they wanted to give Madonna Badger and Michael Borcina time to mourn the loss of Badger's three daughters and parents.
Officials have said they want to determine whether the house had working smoke detectors.
Investigators say discarded fireplace ashes started the blaze.
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