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CLINTON (WATE) – Family members of the Anderson County woman who died after being pulled from a burning home say they’re devastated by the loss. They’re also disheartened the Boston terrier she went back in the house to save didn’t survive either.
The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office says Martha Waldrop Babb died Wednesday night at UT Medical Center.
Yellow tape surrounds Sara Seeber’s mother’s home. Her hands were covered in ash as she was picking up what’s left.
“Puddin’, her little puppy, I found her little toy on mom’s bed,” Seeber said.
Babb ran back inside the home Wednesday to save the dog from smoke and flames.
“She opened the door, went in the house, she told her friend to call 911. She said ‘I have to get Puddin’. I have to get the cat.’ And then the house exploded,” said Seeber.
Babb’s daughter says she is proud of her mother’s split second decision.
“She lived for that dog and she put all that aside to get her puppy out,” she said.
Loved ones want others to learn from this tragic mistake.
“Think about going into a house. If you see smoke do not go into the house. I mean, I understand animals, but put stickers on your windows. Let people know you have pets inside your house,” said Babb’s son-in-law Terry Seeber.
As they took breaks on Thursday looking at pictures, faith is what is comforting this family.
“They are absolutely in a better place,” said Seeber.
Family and loved ones say in memory of Martha Waldrop Babb, donations can be made to the Oak Ridge Animal Shelter or the Marlow Volunteer Fire Department.
The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office says the exact cause of the fire has not yet been determined but it appears to have been accidental. The cat also in the home at the time of the fire is recovering at Clinton Animal Hospital.