Monthly Archives: September 1976

September 1976

Problems with 911 begin to surface

September 29th, 1976|

Problems with London’s two year old 911 emergency system are recently being made public by its victims.

Blast at truck rental firm kills man

September 23rd, 1976|

Unknown man dies in fire in blast at truck rental firm
Police are trying to identify a man burned to death Friday in an explosion and fire at Ryder Truck Rentals Ltd., on Pond Mills Road.

The body was burned beyond recognition and police will have to use medical and dental records for a positive identification.

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Engine 1

September 20th, 1976|

A City of London Fire Truck sits outside the Central Fire Station on the northeast corner of Waterloo and York streets.

Better late than never

September 17th, 1976|

24 members of The London Fire Department were presented with 30 year service medals by the Ontario Solicitor-General, John McBeth.

Alarm triggers stress

September 11th, 1976|

Researchers measure tension of job when alarm sounds and firefighter respond.