Residents demand changes after fatal fire

Bridgeport residents are calling for better escape routes after a fatal fire last week.Dozens of residents attended a meeting Monday with Mayor Bill Finch. The

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport residents are calling for better escape routes after a fatal fire last week.Dozens of residents attended a meeting Monday with Mayor Bill Finch. The residents say Tiana Black and her three children may still be alive if they had more than one exit from their apartment.Finch vowed that the city will work to prevent future tragedies.Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the blaze.

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