Hollywood Fire Marshal Bob Madge, a burly guy wearing a navy blue jumpsuit and safety goggles, walks as far as he can into the cluttered home of Margaret Sheehan. He points to towering piles of yellowed newspapers, hardcover books, children's toys, and other miscellanea. Then, in his eager, booming voice, he explains that, when he and a team of volunteers -- including about 20 fire-rescue workers, neighbors, and Florida Department of Children and Families employees -- started cleaning, the mess was four to seven feet deep. To get from room to room, he explains, Sheehan crawled "like a cockroach"... More >>>