Firefighting

Pulled Out Alive: The Nancy Ingram Rescue

Issue 10 and Volume 148.

Pulled Out Alive: The Nancy Ingram Rescue By Teddy G. Wilson My family and I were planning to rest on April 19, 1995, after having buried my wife`s sister the day before. She died from burns that she and her six-year-old daughter had received when a stalking ex-boyfriend doused them with gasoline weeks before. Our niece survived. At 9:02 a.m., I heard the bomb blast, the house shook, and I knew something bad had happened. The TV news reported that the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building had just been blown up. I arrived in about 10 minutes, donned bunker gear, and proceeded to the first ambulance I saw on the building`s east side. I saw a baby and a woman lying there. I am an intermediate paramedic, so I prepared to assess the baby. While I was doing so, an attending medic came over to me and said, “The baby…

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