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PERSONNEL HISTORY 7/5

7/5/1973 The hearth of the Doxol Fuel Company (BLEVE *) killed twelve firefighters in Kingman, AZ, when a monitor automotive carrying 33,000 liters of propane fuel exploded. Iron tanker # 38214 had come to the motivation that Williams Power Company was rented from Santa Fe Railway Station and sat in the sun for a number of days. Propane was to be transferred to containers situated 75 meters away from Doxol Fuel Western Power Company's bulk (2512 East Highway 66), in the Hilltop enterprise space southeast of Kingman. Round 13:30. two staff started opening the valves to switch the fuel to smaller tanks with an outside temperature of 105 ° C. An try was made to repair it by putting the fitting with a big key that ignited the fuel that created a "large shock absorber that covered two men" when the flames fired 80 ft into the air. At 13:51, Kingman's voluntary hearth brigade responded and commenced to "spray the car with water", hoping to chill into the tank. “Sounding like an airplane flying on a stormy storm, a tanker slowed down for another second, sucked it into a huge flame column, swelled and popped like a giant champagne cap. ”[*A BLEVE: (boiling liquid expanding vapor explosion) is an explosion caused by the rupture of a vessel containing a pressurized liquid that has reached temperatures above its boiling point.]

7/5/1950 fireman and three troopers died in a struggle near a forest close to San Luis Obispo in California. “Four men were shut down, burned and died in a forest fire in Las Pilitas, east of Santa Margarita, and 12-15 km northeast of San Luis Obispo. When the rooms were found at 14.30. they were burned without recognition. The fire of Las Pilitas, which burns heavily on state forest land. Three soldiers were part of the 150 men in Fort Ord, CA, a 60-year-old Civil Aviation Battalion. Soldiers were sent to the area on July 5, 1950 to support state firefighters. Fallen, "part of the crew that builds the fire department near the main shooter offended when the dry brush swung behind them. Some of the crew managed to mock their safety through a turbulent burn, but four did not. ””

7/5/1832 Manhattan, NY firefighter died while working in a fireplace as a chimney falling down Elm Road

7/5/1854 Philadelphia, PA-fireman ” destroyed a number of blocks. ”

7/5/1880 San Francisco, CA firefighter died after the injuries he had suffered on July four, when the hearth had broken down in a large secure place in Turkey and Lark. “On arrival, men were ordered to the top of a stable roof when the outer wall collapsed. Six firefighters had been asked to collapse. Everyone could do it out except one. He had wedged between two burning hay hay. He had been burned all over his body and died because of these injuries. ”

7/5/1903 Oakland CA Firefighter died when he was in a fireplace at the Arcata Home, a three-storey building situated at 32 San Pablo Avenue, opposite the City Corridor. He and the other two firefighters have been in Arcata once they collapsed after which buried underneath burning debris. All three firefighters have been pulled out of the trash. Two other firefighters have been critically injured and later taken to the hospital, and the third fireman died of his accidents earlier than he might be rescued.

7/5/1904 a Memphis, a TN fireman died in a cereal firm, was critically injured when he fell from an elevator shaft from the third flooring to the basement. He rushed to the hospital where he died a number of hours later because of the assault. ”

7/5/1931 A Washington DC Firefighter” died because of a roof collapse in a church hearth 2564 Nicholas Ave SE (now MLK Ave). He was crushed beneath a falling chimney when the roof collapsed. ”

7/5/1941 Manhattan, NY (FDNY) firefighter died when a fireplace field # 66-33-71, 200 Broadway came. “On arrival, firefighters found a thick smoke blow from the front door of a six-storey brick-and-mortar building. The first floor was a sports shop and a drug business, but the upper floors were empty. When members stretched the front door lines and expressed the roof of the building, an explosion occurred. Heavy heat and smoke blew out the front panel windows by sending merchandise out to the street. The man's two companies working along the doorway were flat and stunned. When firefighters went to support their fallen comrades, there was another and more violent explosion, this time fired the front plate and window penetration, which burned two firefighters who set up a water tower 1 in the middle of Broadway. The explosion power threw 23 men across the street, another building that was seriously injured by many of them. In the later stages of the fires, when firefighters started decorating, a firefighter died through a hole in the fourth floor. His body was found on the first floor of a building, which was several hours later. ”

7/5/1943 Brooklyn, a New York (FDNY) firefighter died” and two other firefighters gained the smoke in an previous regulation at 435 Courtroom St on July 3rd. All of them have been taken to the Holy Identify Hospital, the place hours later they died of respiration smoke. Two other firefighters have been handled and launched. ”

7/5/1955 The Boston MA Firefighter died in a struggle within the attic of a house, 9 Thane Road, Dorchester, on a extremely popular, humid day. Box 3343, (Faculty & Harvard Streets.) Posted at 14.35.

7/5/1970 Los Angeles, a California firefighter died of injuries when Snorkel 3 crashed in a fireplace at Lankershim Lodge 710 South Broadway, near seventh Road. “On arrival at the hotel eighth floor windows, three firefighters rose to the Snorkel 3's 85-foot snorkel and continued to raise. When the boom was expanded, the device suddenly suddenly surpassed it on the right side. All three members fell 50 feet down the street, suffering from many fractures and serious injuries. When he was hurried to the hospital, he died as a result of injuries. It was later determined that the right-hand ground terminals had failed and caused the drill plate to crash; however, it could not be determined if they were or were not fully extended and locked. One injured fireman never fully recovered from his injuries. The device was dismantled on the street where it was placed and sold to scrap. Another similar unit was turned off and sold. ”

7/5/2002 Anamoose, the ND firefighter died when he and“ the members of his department offered fireworks for the celebration of the Community Century. He was appointed to charge and fire two 5-inch fireworks. Approximately 40 minutes to the show, towards the end of the show, the witnesses heard the fireman shout and saw him running towards one of the truck trucks that stood at the launch site. The fireman seemed to cover the sparks and tried to brush something out of his clothes. A second later, the body exploded and the fireman dropped to the ground. Other firefighters rushed to help and called for an ambulance. CPR started on-site EMT and was transported to a hospital where he was declared dead after a few hours. The cause of death was listed bluntly as a chest and upper left hand injury. ”

7/5/2008 Teague, TX firefighter died whereas working in a business constructing. “He and the hearth brigade have been despatched to the Structural Report for business use. He responded to the location of a tanker (invitation to tender) system for a wild hearth where he had worked. He arrived about 10 minutes after posting and found a job in the automotive repair and fabric enterprise. It was a picket frame with metallic and roof. The building was measured about 40 ft by 140 ft. To the south of the building was a brick façade that climbed to the top of the roof at a peak of 20 meters. The fireman was working with the nozzle on the south finish of the building, when the 2-storey brick facade collapsed out and glued him as he left. He was instantly fired by firefighters and civilian witnesses and was dealt with by an on-site medical unit. He was transported by land ambulance to the native Heli-pad and flown with an ambulance to the East Texas Medical Middle in Tyler, Texas, the place he met with in depth traumatic accidents. "

July 5, 2014 a Brooklyn, NY (FDNY" fireman "died whereas preventing Blaze, who triggered a defective air conduit in a block of flats in Brooklyn."

7/5/1910 Plainfield, WI conflagration: "Hearth swept north of Important Road West, sweeping away some 15 buildings, together with a few of the leading enterprise houses in addition to barns and different outbuildings. ”

7/5/1885 Stoughton, Wisconsin Ten Tobacco Shares have been destroyed in a fireplace by St. Paul's Warehouse;

7/5/1867 Isaac Newton revealed Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica This e-book is considered some of the necessary elements within the historical past of science and the well-established calculations for the motion of celestial bodies.

7/5/1937, Hormel Meals Company Launched Spam, "Famous lunch meat" 7/5/1946 introduced by bikini and Louis Reard, a daring two-piece swimsuit at the Piscine Molitor, a well-liked swimming pool in Paris.