On September 18, 1900, The New York Times reported the following story:
CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH-They were in a Salvation Army Kindergarten in Cincinnati-Women fatally hurt.
CINCINNATI, Sept 17 -“An old four story tenement building at 403 East Front Street, used as a branch nursery of the Salvation Army, was burned this evening.” Four children and three adults were killed. …A number of children seriously hurt.
“On account of the cold weather to-day a fire had been started in the stove for the little tots who are cared for there during the day while their mothers are engaged in work elsewhere. It is thought that some defect in the flues caused the fire.”
“The fireman made heroic efforts to rescue women and children, but most of those on upper floors were beyond hope. The first floor of the building was used as a church, the second floor as headquarters for the destitute and for cooking, and the upper floors for the nursery.”
fmfd25: T-3 - any word on when it will ever go in service? FDIC was 3-4 as back in April
Aug 11, 2015 20:14:23 GMT -5
Bob : The crew of Truck 3 placed their new frontline App Number 51650 in service today September 2nd at 14:37 hours. Old frontline 21650 was said to be available as a spare at engine 35s quarters
Sept 2, 2015 17:31:45 GMT -5