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Worker brought down to safety by rescuing firemen
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Valley Times Photo Collection
Hyde, Alan
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Made accessible through a grant from the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation and Photo Friends
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Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Photograph caption dated March 15, 1962 reads "Ed Hodges was semiconscious after being carried down ladder." The article partially reads "Six men were overcome by gas fumes today at a Sun Valley cement mixing plant after five of them attempted to rescue a fellow worker who had fallen 25 feet into a sand-heating hopper. Workers were on a platform atop the 82-foot tower of the Red-E-Crete concrete firm, 8401 Tujunga Ave., Sun Valley, when Bill Allor, 25, 229 W. Verdugo Rd., Burbank, lost his footing." Hodges tried to rescue Allor.; See images #00131051 through #00131052 for all photos in this series.
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm.
Photographic prints
Valley Times Collection
Red-E-Crete Incorporated--Employees
Men--California--Los Angeles
Fire fighters--California--Los Angeles
Cement plants--Accidents--California--Los Angeles
Industrial accidents--California--Los Angeles
Rescue work--California--Los Angeles
Rescues--California--Los Angeles
Litters--California--Los Angeles
Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous--Accidents--California--Los Angeles
Hazardous substances--Accidents--California--Los Angeles
Sun Valley (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Valley Times Collection photographs

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