Fire News: PA Firefighters Reflect on High School Fire

02/23/2013
The Doylestown Public School fire (PA) might be one of the most remembered fires in recent Doylestown history,  but it was not the biggest, reports phillyburbs.com. Jay Stough is one of a small group of Doylestown firefighters who volunteered for the fire company in 1973 and still volunteer for it today. On the occasion of the fire's 40th anniversary, phillyburbs.com spoke with some of them about the fire, how it compared to other fires in Doylestown, what it was like to fight the flames and how they nearly lost two men when the building collapsed. The biggest fires in Doylestown were the fires that destroyed Nyce's Planing Mill on Wood Street in the late 1930s and Doylestown Concr...

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