Issue 14 and Volume 41.

NEW YORK CITY FIRE NEWS. On March 26, through the gross carelessness of a motorman, two men attached to Hook and Lader Truck No. 4, were severely injured while responding to an alarm of fire, when the car and truck were in collision at Forty-ninth street and Eighth avenue. The injured men are: James McGuire and Frank Neebuhr. Both were taken to Roosevelt hospital. The policeman of the traffic squad, who was watching the coming of the fire truck, when he saw the collision, took charge of a large automobile belonging to the New York Transportation company, which was passing. The two men hurt were placed in it and a rapid run made to the hospital. —Healy’s restaurant basement kitchen at Sixtysixth street and Amsterdam avenue, Manhattan, took fire the other night, an exhaust fan having drawn the flames to the upper floor. The headbroiler was the cause. He was…

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