Monthly Archives: October 1976

October 1976

Man dies in apartment blaze

October 14th, 1976|

Rosslyn Raymond Windrim, 36, died when fire enveloped him in his apartment at 29 Craig St. early today.

Firemen seek end to chauffeur role

October 13th, 1976|

Ottawa trip “no emergency” – Firemen seek end to chauffeur role
The London Fire Fighters Association has asked Mayor Jane Bigelow for assurances that city firemen will not be used as chauffeurs for elected officials again unless for emergency situations.

In a letter handed to the mayor on Tuesday, the association also suggested an apology be made […]

Ottawa trip “no emergency” — Firemen seek end to chauffeur fole

October 13th, 1976|

By Bill Eluchok of The Free Press

 The London Fire Fighters’ Association has asked Mayor Jane Bigelow for assurances that city firemen will not be used as chauffeurs for elected officials again unless for emergency situations.

In a letter handed to the Mayor on Tuesday, the Association also suggested an apology be made to a fireman […]

Fire equipment not sent immediately

October 13th, 1976|

Fire department equipment is not immediately dispatched when a fire is called in on London’s 911 emergency number system.

Three die in two district accidents

October 1st, 1976|

Two California residents were killed when a gravel truck crushed their car on Highway 401 and a London woman died in a head-on collision Thursday afternoon in accidents just outside the city limits.