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