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On Thursday evening, Piers Morgan sat down with Madonna Badger who spoke about the tragic house fire that took the life of Badger's three young children and parents on Christmas Day in 2011.
Badger shared with Morgan her anger and frustration with the handling of the incident by city authorities in Samford, Connecticut where the house was located, saying "There has not been any conclusive anything" in terms of analysis or investigation into the source of the fire."
"And you know, for me, finding out the truth of what happened is very important," said Badger in a primetime exclusive. "I don't want anyone else to ever wake up on Christmas morning choking in their own bed and not being able to save their children and have, you know, the people, the city come in and tear my house down, and haul it away, and not save one piece of physical evidence, not save a smoke detector."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Badger shares with Morgan why, as a child growing up, safety was her father's priority.
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