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Ann Arbor Police Patrolman George Bluhm Demonstrates How He Saved Infant From Burning Building, January 1955

Ann Arbor Police Patrolman George Bluhm Demonstrates How He Saved Infant From Burning Building, January 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 7, 1955
Caption
The Rescuer And His System: The overcoat of Patrolman George Bluhm (left) can be used for more than winter weather, and he was prompt to realize it this morning when seconds could well have meant lives. When the William Bennett family was trapped by fire above the Modern Appliance Co., store, Bluhm whipped off his coat and with the help of a pedestrian, caught an 11-month-old baby girl dropped from the second story above. At right is the infant's mother, while brother Jimmy looks on in the center. The baby was sick from inhaling smoke and could not be photographed. ( full page of fire pictures on page 24.)
Month
January
Year
1955
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