How many deaths were in the Chicago fire?
The death toll estimate was 300 as a result of the Great Chicago Fire.
The fire stood out less for the deaths and destruction than for the rapid recovery.
In North America the Peshtigo Fire in 1871 holds the record at 1700 estimated dead. Same day as the great Chicago fire.
The sexual orientations of deaths in Chicago are not tracked or researched.
to many deaths from the use of them
There has been atleast 200 deaths from friedly fire.
87 people died in the great fire of chicago
The death toll estimate was 300 from the Great Chicago Fire.
The fire In Chicago made over 200 people become homeless
The Chicago Fire Department is located within the Department of Emergency Services in Chicago, Illinois. Many brave firefighters work for this department.
The death toll from the earthquake and resulting fire, estimated to be above 3,000
The San Francisco Earthquake and ensuing fire cost the lives of roughly 3,000 people and $400M in damage - $80M attributed to the earthquake and $320M to the fire that burned 4.7 square miles of San Francisco in 1906. The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 resulted in an estimated 300 deaths and $200M in damage over 3.3 square miles.
While only six deaths were known to have occurred, it is likely that there were other unconfirmed deaths during the Great Fire of London.
There seems to be no details of any deaths for fire fighters at the Pentagon crash site. All of the deaths were attributed to the initial collision and not during any subsequent rescue operations.
According to the US Fire Marshall's office - when they averaged the data from all fire deaths between 2008 and 2010, approximately 13.1% of all residential fire deaths are children ages 9 and under and 4.5% are ages 10-19. In 2011 there were 3,000 fire deaths in the US. If the trends stay the same, then approximately 394 kids nine and under died in 2011 and 135 persons ages 10-19, for a total of 529… Read More
The Chicago Fire changed Chicago forever. Because so many buildings were gone, Chicago was able to widen streets and build more modern buildings. Chicago wanted to rebuild a grand city and many architects came here to build notable buildings.
The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 took 500 buildings with it, and made over 2,000 people homeless.
The death toll is unknown, recorded as 'small'
there were about 150 people injured in the fire of 1871
I'm sure that there were as many animal deaths as there were human, but since no one keeps a record on animal births and deaths, no one can be sure.
it is unknown only 6 deaths have been recorded.
It isn't known for sure, but there were 6 verified deaths.
About 4 square miles.
It was 17,500 buildings.
The Chicago Fire is a Major League Soccer club in Chicago.
It destroyed 17,500 buildings.
There are only 9 recorded deaths due to the fire of London. However, from what we know about the heat of the fire (it melted steel), it is likely that remains would have been burnt completely. On top of that, poorer people's deaths were much less likely to be recorded. It could be in the 100s or even 1000s.
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It was the biggest fire in the history of Chicago history. The same day was the Peshtigo Fire, which that is in Wisconsin.
The most amount of deaths by a single busfire is 1
Deaths accumulated on battlefields are attributed to combinations of weapons. Rarely, are casualties credited to only one weapon...during hi-tech engagements (automatic fire & explosions).
It came from the great Chicago fire of 1871
The fire killed 300 people and over 100,000 were left homeless.
US deaths by small arms fire were 31.8 percent of the total. US deaths by multiple fragmentation wounds (booby traps, mines) 27.4 %. US deaths by aircraft crashes were 14.7 percent. US deaths by artillery or rocket fire were 8.4 percent. US deaths by accident, vehicle crash or unknown were 9.8 percent. US deaths by friendly fire were 2.3 percent. US deaths by drowning and burns were 2.0 percent and the balance by illness, heart… Read More
Some hundrerd to thousamds can die from a single fire, but the most damage comes from the smoke. About two-thirds of of deaths are because smoke can carry hazardous fumes into a person's lungs covering them with tar and poisoning the blood stream. These unfortunate deaths cannot be countedthey are to numourus and the variables are different in every fire.
Between 200 and 300.
About 90,000 residents were homeless,
Over 100,000 were homeless.
I am sure that around a total of 1200 people were killed in the Peshtigo, Wisconsin forest fire, which is considered to be the worst forest fire in Americas history.
Conditions were perfect for a fire. The land was dry. On the same day as the Peshtago Fire in Wisconsin that burned a large amount of Wisconsin, Chicago too had a fire. Four square miles of the city was destroyed and as many as three hundred people lost their lives.
No. The Great Chicago Fire caused the need for the city to rebuild.
The Great Chicago Fire occurred in October of 1871.
The cause of the Great Chicago Fire remains unknown.
The Chicago fire was started on october 8,187. 3<<
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The Chicago Fire spread a third of the town
The United States Fire Administration website lists 115 fatalities for 2007.
There was no public library in Chicago when the 1871 fire happened. After the fire, the city of London donated 8,000 books. The Chicago Public Library opened in 1873.
Well, the obvious answer is that the Hindenburg was an airship (zeppelin), and the Titanic was an ocean liner. Most deaths in the Hindenburg were from fire or jumping from the airship, while most deaths on the Titanic were from drowning or exposure. Finally, there were many more deaths on the Titanic than on the Hindenburg.
141 people died in the Triange Shirtwaist Company factory fire, 125 of which were mere girls. The deaths were caused by the locked exit stairways.
One of the conflicts about the Great Fire of Chicago was the debate about what caused the fire. One reason the fire spread so quickly and so far was because a lot of the buildings were made out of wood. A compromise made after the fire was that many of the building that were rebuilt were not made out of wood to make them more fireproof.