The wreckage of fire trucks was what little remained at the south Kansas City blast site in November 1988 in which six Kansas City firefighters were killed. The massive explosions were heard and felt across the metropolitan area.
The wreckage of fire trucks was what little remained at the south Kansas City blast site in November 1988 in which six Kansas City firefighters were killed. The massive explosions were heard and felt across the metropolitan area. KEITH MYERS File photo
The wreckage of fire trucks was what little remained at the south Kansas City blast site in November 1988 in which six Kansas City firefighters were killed. The massive explosions were heard and felt across the metropolitan area. KEITH MYERS File photo

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