THE DAY THE CITY bombed the MOVE compound, lawyer Carl E. Singley was home for some long-forgotten reason.
WILLIAM RICHMOND was the fire commissioner during the siege on Osage Avenue.
Louise James, also lost her son Frank James Africa, in the conflgration that day.
O'Dowd and Gibbons, veteran newsmen, were behind the yellow tape on one of the darkest days in the city's history, elbow-to-elbow with cops and firefighters as the much-anticipated showdown with MOVE took one unthinkable turn after another.
RAMONA Africa's burn scars are not the only reminders for her of the day she fled the raging fire that killed most of her family on May 13, 1985.
His best friend and four other children died, along with six adults, including Michael's mother, Rhonda Harris Africa.
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