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  • Dianne Little: Georgia widow wants answers

    Dianne Little is the widow of Waycross, Ga. firefighter Jeff Little who died fighting a fire inside a vacant and condemned house. Dianne Little has filed a lawsuit alleging that her husband's fire chief David Eddins ordered firefighters inside the house long after it was safe because he had a grudge against one of the firefighters. The suit contends that Little, fearing for his job, went inside and died when part of the building collapsed.

Dianne Little: Georgia widow wants answers

Dianne Little is the widow of Waycross, Ga. firefighter Jeff Little who died fighting a fire inside a vacant and condemned house. Dianne Little has filed a lawsuit alleging that her husband's fire chief David Eddins ordered firefighters inside the house long after it was safe because he had a grudge against one of the firefighters. The suit contends that Little, fearing for his job, went inside and died when part of the building collapsed.
Joe Ledford, Mike Hendricks, Monty Davis, Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star