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Hartford Circus Fire, Connecticut, July 6, 1944
The fire killed 167 people and more than 700 were injured
Hartford circus fire memorial
Hartford, Connecticut (CT), US
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On October 25 I answered WOGE #679 posting part of the Chinese Wikipedia text with, AT THE VERY END, the location of that dam !
I’m not even listed in the winners !?! Only woman and still forgotten ?!?!?
The Hartford circus fire, July 6, 1944, in Hartford, Connecticut, was one of the worst fire disasters in United States history. The fire killed 167 people and more than 700 were injured.
Site of the Hartford Circus Fire, Hartford Connecticut.
I’m very sorry for you, Kiribatian Jacob. Are you and your family alright? Keep strong!
Site of the Hartford Circus Fire, 1944. Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
At Kiribatian Jacob:
I empathize with you and wish you strength!
Hartford circus fire, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
Coordinates 41.794964°, -72.674439°. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hartford_circus_fire
Circus Barnum fire !
Kiribatian Jacob, this is very sad. I feel with you and the people there. All the best for you.
The image shows the location of the Hartford circus fire, July 6, 1944, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Fred D. Wish Museum School. Hartford, Connecticut, US
Thoughts go out to you Kiribatian Jacob, hopefully you and yours are safe.
Circus Fire Memorial, Hartford
Dear Paul Voestermans, Martin de Bock, Lighthouse, Phil Ower and my other friends who share my pain, I express my gratitude to you all.
As of now, a total of 113 dead and 1035 injured people,
we are very sorry for all of them.
Thank God I and my family are fine.
The best news today was the healthy rescue of a 3-year-old girl from under debris after 91 hours.
Hartford Circus fire, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Site of the Hartford circus fire
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