Original Song,Plea for Assistance and Prayer for Colorado Springs (Fire Victims)

Country Music Star Celebrity Robin Ariel Ross St Claire Holgate,Writes a song (The Mountains Are On Fire ) for Colorado Springs Fire Victims,Live Performance of this unrehearsed song . Gives News and Prays for the Safety of all. This is a unrehearsed Original Song “The Mountains are on Fire” Plea for Assistance and Prayer for the Residents ,Fire Fighters ,Red Cross and Military Fighting the Fires at Colorado Springs CO.My Prayers and Heart Go out to you All ! I pray that my Very Dear friend and her family are safe as they live in Colorado Springs , Miss Ann Jacobs and Family my Prayers are with you Robin Ariel Ross St Claire Holgate The Mountains Are On Fire (LYRICS) _———————————- The Mountains Are On Fire The Mountains Are on Fire Just Look up and see the Mountains Are On Fire ! The Fire Burns Bright Red at Night Getting Close to Taking Flight The Fire Burns and the Smoke is Black We have Tried Every Attack,Yet The Fire Still Burns Bright ! The Ring of Fire is Getting Close The Outskirts of Town now Smoke ! Some Houses Lost ,No Loss of Life But on the Coal Black Smoke We Choke ! The Mountains are on Fire The Mountains are on Fire Just look up and see the Mountains are on Fire Once Green ,Now Brown,Black and Clean We Scream in Fury,What can not be redeemed! Our City We are Close to losing, to the Fiery God of the Season Esteemed The Fire Burns and the animals roast We can not find Sympathy,So this we Post! Pray For Us All , That We are not Toast The

Ten elderly victims from intermediate care facility fire, Colorado Springs, Colorado (March 4, 1991)


Original publisher: [Emmitsburg, Md.] : Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Fire Administration, National Fire Data Center, [1991] OCLC Number: (OCoLC)76963871 Subject: Nursing homes — Fires and fire prevention. Excerpt: … USFA-TR-050 / March 1991 5 scenario, this group of residents who averaged 85 years of age, many with limited mobility, were put at a serious disadvantage by this categorization when an emergency situation arose. Other States, like Colorado, need to review their criteria and practices in this important area. Adequacy of inspections is another problem area spotlighted by this incident. Colorado currently has two inspectors for the entire State and 281 operational personal care homes. They range in size from three beds to several hundred, but most are twenty beds or smaller. The State Health Department Director is currently trying to arrange contracts with local county inspectors to maintain inspections on these facilities, but in the interim two inspectors are charged with the major portion of inspections in the State. The director indicates these are not trained building inspectors and have only a cursory amount of training in this area. The State Health Department Director makes the point that the bulk of these facilities are not in-line for any Federal aid and if forced to go with more stringent safety features, they would be forced to close. By comparison, numerous States, such as Virginia and Alabama, have made sprinklering of this type of facility mandatory, and it does not appear that financial constraints have hampered them. The Colorado Springs Fire Department is to be commended for their openness during USFA’s investiga-tion of this fire and their willingness to learn from this loss. They indicated they will implement into their plan a program of more stringent code enforcement as a result of lessons learned from this fire. The Colorado Springs Fire Department did a building inspection and outlined areas needing to be correc…

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