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As we were trying to get away from the school I remember seeing huge firetrucks and hearing people screaming and crying. I saw fire trucks that I had never seen before flying down the street.
The streets and sidewalks were very slippery because I remember falling.”Rick attended morning Kindergarten and was fortunately at home at the time of the fire. I didn't know what was on fire, but I remember thinking, 'There must be a big fire someplace!
I remember my mom saved all of the news clippings and pictures. My house was right next to the convent, which was directly across the street from OLA.
We used to look at them alot afterwards." Brother of Lois Di Pompeo.“I remember the mother of one of the other children came running into the classroom crying that the school was on fire. I have very clear memories of watching the street in front of our house as the mothers kept bringing out blankets and wrapping the children before the ambulances came to get them. My mother was at work and my Grandma kept me home for my birthday.
Clara lived on Thomas Street at the time of the fire along with her parents Philip and Jessie Di Maso and, sister Rose Marie. I do not remember their names, but I would like to thank them for getting me home safely. I remember hearing the sirens and seeing the fire trucks, police cars, and ambulances all going very fast, westbound on Chicago Avenue.
Luckily, my babysitter who walked me to and from school made it out of the fire ok and came to get me to walk me home along with a friend of hers.
I remember crying but really didn't understand the full scale of what was happening.
I recall that after the fire, there was no 'counseling' and we really did not discuss what had happened.
We later attended Our Lady Help of Christians parish school for a while, and then my group was sent to John Hay public school for the next two years.”Patty escaped without injury. My mom walked me to stay at the Baby Shop on Chicago Ave. She then went to the scene of the fire to help walk students home.
She grabbed me by the arm and we headed back towards the school. I remember going to various places with my Mom trying to find my brother. I remember playing little league with many of the guys I grew up with, who continued at Our Lady of the Angels and graduated from there.”Sister of John Manganello. After lunch, Elizabeth's brother, John, would walk her to the corner and watch her walk to her building before he went into the school. “He is missed to this day.”Michael has been a firefighter and holds the rank of lieutenant for over 24 years in the Chicagoland area.
He is a well known author, lecturer and instructor for the fire service throughout the country.
Sister of Thomas Schratzmeier.“[I] loved Sister Remi, she was very sweet and loved to teach.