The 30/41 Memorial to the firefighters killed in the 1988 explosion in Kansas City is located at the base of the hill where the explosion occurred. The memorial, named for the two fire companies destroyed, consists of six white crosses and a flagpole.
The 30/41 Memorial to the firefighters killed in the 1988 explosion in Kansas City is located at the base of the hill where the explosion occurred. The memorial, named for the two fire companies destroyed, consists of six white crosses and a flagpole. File photo
The 30/41 Memorial to the firefighters killed in the 1988 explosion in Kansas City is located at the base of the hill where the explosion occurred. The memorial, named for the two fire companies destroyed, consists of six white crosses and a flagpole. File photo

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