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There was a last desperate attempt to save lives. , an 18-year-old passenger, climbed into a boat and helped its owner rescue 22 people. ” A Riverside Hospital switchboard operator swam out to the ship a dozen times, saving as many people as possible before she collapsed, exhausted. Some passengers saved themselves in grisly ways. “I didn’t have no life preserver at all,” said ten-year-old Henry Ferneissen. “I went down twice and I swallowed a whole lot of water, but pretty soon I caught hold of a dead woman and then somebody grabbed me with a hook.
The scene was now indescribably grand and awful. In the half hour that I had passed upon my roof, the fire had leaped forward with frightful speed, and was beginning to break out in detached spots in advance of the terrible mass. ” Soon the fire jumped the Chicago River’s North Branch and invaded the neighborhoods where Greeley and 75,000 other people lived. Few residents had begun evacuating because they didn’t think the blaze would spread so far so fast. Suddenly, the streets became “a torrent of humanity,” one man said, “gorged with horses pulling wagons piled high with furniture.
Fire chief rushing from the train station to the fire. [LOC, DIG-npcc-18727] When Captain John Kahl and the firefighters of Engine Company No. 15 broke into the six-story Hurst Building, they saw smoke coming from the wood-frame elevator shaft. ” This happens when intense heat causes flammable material to produce gas that explodes into a ball of flame. The firefighters quickly left, and minutes later a ground-shaking explosion, perhaps caused by drums of gasoline stored in the building’s basement, shattered windows and scattered burning debris.
ABC Stamp It! by Preschool Wonders