WATCH: Ohio Woman Has a Thing or Two to Say About How a Fire Broke Out in Her Neighborhood

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Leavittsburg, Ohio resident Heather Tenney has a whole bunch of interesting things to say about how a fire broke out in her neighborhood in the wee hours of the morning last week. And say them, she did, on live TV to a WKBN reporter who was on the scene.

Like: "It was cause of my cousin and I don’t want to mention no names."



And: "He is mad because he can’t get with me. I am married to my husband.”

Also: "He already put [my husband] in the hospital last month."



All that and more is in the video below. Give it a watch:


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