Chief Johnson, Leominster, Injured

Chief Johnson, Leominster, Injured

Chief Ernest P. Johnson, of the Leominster, Mass., Fire Department, and his son were injured on October 16, when the Chief’s car was in collision with another machine, while responding to an alarm of fire. The occupant of the other car was killed in the crash. Chief Johnson received a broken leg and other injuries and was taken to the Leominster Hospital, while his son. Russell Johnson, escaped with cuts and bruises.

Group of Firemen Being Sent to College by New York City Ten members of the New York Fire Department are attending college in New York City, it the expense of the city. Eight are registered at the College of the City of New York and two at New York University. They are candidates for degrees of Mechanical Engineer. The photo graph was taken at the College of the City of New York during a lecture by Prof. E. B. Smith on diesel engines. At the left is Prof. Arthur Bruckner.

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