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From: Sr K1/26/2021 12:21:44 PM
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10:47 AM

WSJ

Former Zappos.com Inc. Chief Executive Tony Hsieh was alone in a locked shed and possibly intoxicated, surrounded by candles, a propane heater and other flammable material when the fire that killed him ignited on Nov. 18, according to fire department officials.

The fire marshal classified the fire’s origin as undetermined but said the investigation could be reopened if more evidence or information comes to light, according to a report released Tuesday. Mr. Hsieh was 46 years old when he died on Nov. 27, nine days after the fire at a home he was staying at in New London, Conn.

The Connecticut Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said Nov. 30 that Mr. Hsieh died of complications of smoke inhalation and ruled the death an accident. A police investigation found no criminality associated with the fire, the New London Police Department said Tuesday. The medical examiner’s full report is pending, police said.

A spokeswoman for the Hsieh family declined to comment.
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