The March 12, 1987, warehouse fire was one of the most tragic blazes in the city’s history.
Five people were killed and four seriously injured in an apartment fire in Detroit.
The girl’s mom couldn’t find her daughter in the flames and smoke.
Violence broke out inside a church on Detroit’s west side.
Fires burned longer and caused more damage because of inoperable hydrants and the rapidly declining condition of the city’s rigs.
They crawled through the house until they saw a disoriented woman with a toddler in her extended hands.
The brother of the victim found the body in the basement, still soaked from when the house was hosed down.
The violence continued hours later after fights broke out at Sinai-Grace Hospital and Detroit Receiving Hospital, where the victims were taken.
It’s an unspeakable tragedy that began at the family’s Detroit bar.
As police cordoned off the scene of a fatal motorcycle-car collision Wednesday evening, something unusual started happening at the intersection.