RECENT FIRES AND THEIR LESSONS: WOODWORKERS
April 16, 1919. Bunker, Wash. Hill Logging Company. Saw mill. One 2-story building destroyed. Walls, frame. Floors, plank. Roof, boards and rubber roofing. Fire started near head rig in mill. Discovered by watchman at about 3 a. m. Duration, 6 hours. Stopped at end of lumber yard. No fire department. Private fire apparatus, fire pump. Value of building and contents, $100,000. Property loss, total.
Source: Safety Engineering. Vol. 37, No. 6 (June, 1919). p. 330.
Transcribed by Jenny Tenlen.