U.S. Fire Administration/Technical Report Series: Nine Elderly Fire Victims in Residential Hotel [open pdf - 1MB]
"Early in the morning of April 6, 1990, a fire in a Miami Beach hotel killed nine occupants and injured 24, including 4 firefighters The building, known as the Fontana Hotel, was originally constructed in 1951. Although the building was officially designated as a hotel, most of its occupants were elderly and used the building as a permanent residence. Of the nine fatalities, the youngest was over 75 years old."
US Fire Administration Technical Report Series: Report 041
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