A suspicious two-alarm blaze on Willard Street in Hartford this morning is being called the city's biggest rescue mission in a decade.
When firefighters arrived at 12 Willard Street, in the Asylum Hill neighborhood, dozens of building residents were hanging out of windows, screaming and crying for help.
Full story at the Hartford Courant:
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06-08-2001, 12:10 PM #1Dalmatian90Firehouse.com Guest
Hartford, CT makes numerous rescues today...
06-08-2001, 09:41 PM #2FireloverFirehouse.com Guest
Wow, way to go......
If you sent us to HELL, WE'D PUT IT OUT!!
**And of course these are only my opinion and only mine. Don't take it out on anyone else but me.**
06-08-2001, 10:18 PM #3Dalmatian90Firehouse.com Guest
-- 2 Alarms
-- 24 Rescued over Ladders
-- 15 Civilian injuries, some critical
-- 4 Firefighter injuries, none serious
-- 56 Families displaced
-- and the Quote, AMR Supervisor arrived on scene and radioed his dispatch, "Send me everything we got."
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