Ohio’s Fire Losses During 1912

Ohio’s Fire Losses During 1912

State Fire Marshal Zuber has published completed figures for the losses from fire sustained by Ohio during 1912. The total amount is $8,060,412—over $2,000,000 above the figures of 1911. Of this total nearly half the amount was in the five largest cities of the State, as follows: Cleveland. $1,206,000; Columbus, $961,000; Cincinnati, $870,000; Toledo, $338,000; Dayton, $139000. During last March the fire losses will be found to have exceeded $1,000,000, of which amount $700,000 is traceable to the disastrous floods that occurred in that month.

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