Episode: SYMHC Classics: Hartford Circus Fire


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SYMHC Classics: Hartford Circus Fire

This 2015 episode covers an event in 1944, when one of the most disastrous fires in U.S. history broke out during a Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus performance. Dozens of lives were lost and hundreds of people were injured as the largest big top in the country was consumed by flames.

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