Sunday, November 29, 2020

KCFD 1988 Explosion Tragedy Remembered

Today marks the 32nd anniversary of one the darkest days in Kansas City history. 

The catastrophe was compounded after local media helped to frame a crew of scumbags who were mostly guilty of being poor.

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"Never forgotten": KCFD remembers 6 fallen firefighters died in explosion 32 years ago

Sunday marks 32 years since six Kansas City Missouri firefighters died in an explosion. The explosion happened at a construction site on Nov. 29, 1988.The crews were fighting a trailer fire. They were unaware the trailer had thousands of pounds of ammonium nitrate and fuel oil inside, and the firefighters were killed instantly.The fire that caused the explosion was deliberately set and was ruled arson.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...


Let it go, already! Democrat greedy Firefighter Union slobs have the THIRTY_SEVENTH most dangerous job in America. What about all the construction workers, pilots, farmers, 7-11 clerks and others who have perished more often serving America in their jobs...where's THEIR memorials??!!

Anonymous said...

11:02, you sound like such a stupid fu@k Discuss your point with your supervisor down at NASA and save us from your opinion.

You obviously hate firefighters. So don't call them when you're out of your asthma inhaler and your fat chest locks up while you ascend the stairs going to (or from) your bedroom in your Moms basement.

Anonymous said...

^^^12:28 -- another loser who's income comes from him and his mother giving BJs and rimmers to firefighters lounging around the station..

Anonymous said...

^^^ You think about sex with men A LOT.

Just sayin.

Anonymous said...

Now if we could just nail the real criminals that killed them and not the 6 wrongfully imprisoned.

Anonymous said...

I have no mercy for those jailed on this incident. Do you really think they were there robbing the place the same time others were roaming the site, and those others set the fire? No! The place was not crawling with crowds of burglars that night. Just them. Theft has cause a huge amount of problems in dangerous locations.

Research the brazilian scrap metal thieves who stole a teletherapy capsule from radiation machine in a hospital, split it opened and shared the glowing material with friends and children who ate it and put it on their faces. Close to 1,000 people got radiation poisoning, amputations of limbs and some of course died. The capsule was seized by the Brazilian military as soon as it was discovered, and since then the empty capsule has been on display at the Escola de Instrução Especializada ("School of Specialized Instruction") in Rio de Janeiro as a memento to those who participated in the cleanup of the contaminated area.