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It took 50 firefighters, 30 minutes to put the fire out. They had just left the studio when their vehicle was struck by a SUV that ran a red light.
She was found unconscious in a rear addition to the house where a faulty spare heater sparked the blaze and she was pronounced dead at the scene.
Henry Winkler, who starred opposite Moran as The Fonz in ABC’s iconic series, tweeted: “OH Erin…now you will finally have the peace you wanted so badly here on earth. Most said in a statement, “I am so incredibly sad to hear about Erin.
Rest In It serenely now…too soon.” In a statement on Sunday, Winkler also said, “I will always remember Erin with her sweet smile that greeted me on the very first day I walked onto the set of ‘Happy Days’ in 1974. She was a wonderful, sweet, caring, talented woman.
Rest In Peace, sweet Erin.” Williams, who played Potsie in “Happy Days,” said, “Erin was a person who made everyone around her feel better. I will miss her so much, but know that she is in God’s hands.