A hearing has wrapped up in connection with the deadly Christmas Day fire in Stamford.
Madonna Badger, who lost her three daughters and both of her parents in the fire, filed a motion last month against the company that removed debris from her home when it was demolished.
The house was torn down a day after the fire.
Badger said this prevented the family from saving anything left behind, and may have hindered the investigation.
In court Monday, an attorney for Badger told the judge they have reached an agreement with the trash hauling company.
The company has agreed to release documents related to where the items were taken after being removed from he home.
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