Transcript for Questions mount in death of former Zappos CEO
We are back with the growing questions about the death of the former zappos CEO Tony Hsieh. He passed more than a week after being pulled from a burning Connecticut home and new images from the scene are adding to the mystery. Eva pilgrim has the latest. Good morning, Eva. Reporter: Good morning, George. With every new detail new questions and this morning so many people are asking, what happened to Tony Hsieh? The mystery deepening. A fire former zappos CEO Tony dieing from smoke inhalation. A look at the damage. These pictures from the daily mail.com show nothing damage to the front of the home and in the back, the storage unit where the first responders found the billionaire entrepreneur ped, no major damage. The only sign of a fire, darkening on the top corner of one of the doors. Reporting fire in the building. Reporter: The fire happened in the early morning hours of November 18th. According to police, Hsieh was locked inside that storage area at the back of the home when firefighters arrived. The male is barricaded. He's not answering the door. Everyone else is outside the house. They're trying to get him to come out. Reporter: Hsieh was rushed to a hospital with severe injuries before being transferred to a burn center. The medical examiner ruling his death an accident attributing it tomoke inhalation. The cause the fire still under investigation. Hsieh was known as the most unconventional boss in America. Hello. Reporter: Living in a 240-square-foot frailer in downtown Vegas with his pet alpaca giving a tour to Rebecca Jarvis, the zappos headquarters just blocks in 2009 the Harvard grad sold the online shoe retailer to Amazon for $1.2 billion but remained on as CEO until this past August. His friend said she saw him three weeks ago, just week before he died. Ld always give him silly gifts, he loved llama, I would give him a llama eraser. A lot don't give you permission to be yourself always and that was just -- that's just him. Reporter: Slavin said he was generous and humble with big plans for thefuture. Tony has been my partner, I might get emotional, but more importantly my friend for the past eight years and he changed high life. Reporter: His birthday coming up in just over a week. His friends tell us they are trying to plan a way to honor and celebrate him on that day. George. He made a lot of contribution, okay, thanks very Michael. And coming up, we're looking
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