By Michael Mahoney, KMBC:
A documentary filmmaker says he has found new evidence in the 1988 explosion that claimed the lives of six Kansas City, Missouri, firefighters.
That incident happened 30 years ago — Nov. 29, 1988. Since then, questions have remained.
he huge blast of ammonium nitrate happened before dawn at a construction site near 71 Highway and 87th Street.
The cause of the blast was ruled arson.
Firefighters Thomas Fry, Gerald Halloran, Luther Hurd, James Kilventon Jr., Robert McKarnin and Micheal Oldham died answering the call.
Filmmaker Joe O’Connor says new evidence points to a second, separate fire in the pickup truck of two security guards there that morning.
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