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Widow of TV Star Killed in Vista Fire
The widow of Ward Bond, star of the 1950s television series "Wagon Train," died in a fire early Thursday in her Vista home, and her second husband
suffered serious burns. She apparently had been smoking in bed, a Sheriff's Department spokesman said.
Mary Lou Bond, 73, was found lying on the floor next to her burning bed by her husband, John Diggs, 77. Diggs tried to carry Bond, who is an invalid,
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Sheriff's Department. Williams said the bedroom and an exterior wall were engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived at the single-story home.
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where he was listed in serious condition Thursday night with second- and third-degree burns on his face, hands and arms, a hospital spokeswoman
Williams said a carton of cigarettes was found on the floor next to the bed--the area where investigators believe the fire started. He said Diggs told
firefighters that Bond had been smoking in bed earlier that night.
Dawson said there were no smoke detectors in the Cheap Newports Newports 100S home. An ordinance requiring all homes in the City of Vista to have smoke
detectors went into effect last week, Dawson said.
Mary Lou Bond was Ward Bond's secretary and business manager when they were married in 1954. She was with Buy Newport Cigarettes Online him in Dallas when he died of a heart attack Nov. 5, Marlboro Lights Cigarettes 1960, at age 57. A veteran motion picture actor, Bond
attained stardom as Major Adams in the television series "Wagon Train," which began in 1957.
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