KANSAS CITY GRAIN ELEVATOR FIRE - 1932 A Kansas City, MO grain elevator burns following a spontaneous combustion of grain dust. The huge building collapses as flames consumes it in spite of fire fighter efforts to stop the blaze that claims the lives of two firemen and injures nine more.
NEW YORK CUNARD LINE PIER FIRE - 1932 A rubbish fire under the Cunard Line Pier (later renamed Pier 54) becomes one of the most notorious blazes of 1932. More than 400 fire fighters are injured during their four-day fight to put out the flames. The only death is Lieutenant Colonel Ralph A Kluge, the original designer of the pier.
OREGON FOREST FIRE RAGES OUT OF CONTROL - 1932 An enormous forest fire sweeps through the Northwestern corner of Oregon and spills over into Southwestern Washington. Hundreds fight to save their homes, logging camps and farms but are defeated by 50 m.p.h. winds that drive the flames.
THE PINES HOTEL BURNS DOWN - 1932 The Pines hotel in Panama City, Florida goes up in flames as winter tourists escape with their valuables. Firemen from several nearby towns fight the blaze but the fire leaves nothing but a burned out shell of the former landmark.
SUICIDE CAR BOMBING IN BAGHDAD In Baghdad, Iraq a suicide car bombing in Hussein Square. Smoke billows out from behind a building. Sirens blare. Flames from the vehicle are surrounded by black clouds of smoke.
Date: July 15, 2007 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:23:00, With Audio
MINUTEMAN MISSILE LAUNCH ABORTED A Minuteman night missile launch is aborted and the rocket explodes in a blaze of light after the rocket veers from its course. The narrator explains that valuable test information was gleaned from the experience.
Date: 1962 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:30:00, With Audio
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