Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Madonna Badger Survived horrific Christmas day fire that claimed the lives of her three daughters and their grandparents, Connecticut

A former Calvin Klein art director climbed onto the roof of her burning house and tried to smash the windows of her daughters' bedrooms in a bid to save them from the flames ravaging her home.

Madonna Badger, 47, and friend Michael Borcina survived the horrific Christmas day fire at her Stamford, Connecticut home that claimed the lives of her three daughters and their grandparents.

Lily, 10, and seven-year-old twins Sarah and Grace perished in the 5 a.m. fire with Mrs Badger's parents, Lomer and Pauline Johnson, who were to celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary today.

Firefighters desperately tried to reach the family members who were trapped on the second floor of the $1,725,000 house by the raging flames.

Witnesses said Mrs Badger, who runs Badger and Winters fashion branding consulting firm and created the Mark Wahlberg underwear adverts for Calvin Klein, was dazed as rescue workers helped her. She was heard saying: 'My whole life is in there.' Read More