6/11/1965 a Philadelphia, PA firefighter died “while working on the fire ground detail of an extra-alarm from the day before at the Philadelphia Civic Center that was destroyed by a six-alarm fire on June 10, 1965, he collapsed and was taken to Philadelphia General Hospital, where he died a few hours later.
6/11/1977 two Greenport, New York firefighters died “while searching for a reported trapped child on the second floor of a two-story frame dwelling involved in a fire, they were caught in a locked room and trapped. Both quickly became disoriented in the heavy smoke and ran out of air. They were found unconscious with their mask facepieces off. Both firefighters were rushed to the hospital, where they were pronounced dead. It was discovered that the child had left the building with her father before the arrival of firefighters.”
6/11/1964 Showa Denko Company chemical plant fire killed eleven in Kawasaki, Japan.
6/11/1912 the Waukesha, WI Hotel was destroyed by fire.
6/11/1901 a mine explosion left thirteen dead in Port Royal, PA.
6/11/1899 the Perrysville, IN Railroad Station & Yard fire destroyed a large grain elevator containing 6,000 bushels of corn, the Chicago and Eastern Illinois railway station, and several freight cars that started from a spark from a passing engine.
6/11/1805 the Detroit, MI conflagration started about 9:00 a.m. in a stable on Wayne and Shelby Streets.