Masks Prove Worth in Rescue

Issue 1 and Volume 106.

Masks Prove Worth in Rescue Less than three minutes after the alarm was turned in to the Evansville, Ind., Fire Headquarters on Nov. 13 last a fire department emergency crew donned self-breathing masks and plunged into the hot, smoke-filled second-story bedroom of a house to bring out nearlysuffocated 14-ntonths-old Sharon Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller. The rescue was made by Captain Tom Gilky, and two members of his crew, Art Jochim and Ray Abbott, and followed by a day the dramatic rescue in another fire in the same city of two young girls by a neighbor.

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