Luckie Street Fire
Davis Brothers Restaurant
Atlanta, GA
May 29, 1971
Saturday, Memorial Day Weekend
11:10 PM
KABOOM! An explosion decimates a restaurant, launches firemen through the air, and plunges several men into a burning basement. How could anyone make it out alive? Fighting to save the property of a stranger suddenly became a fight to save their own lives and those of their comrades.

When the smoke cleared, four firemen had been killed, 23 injured. After 41 long years, their stories are now unveiled in a commemorative new book...

                 Tragedy on Luckie Street

Copies of Tragedy on Luckie Street, signed by the author, may be ordered from the publisher's                
          web site:
Softcover: $29.99, Hardcover: $39.99
          Books are also available (unsigned) through Amazon: 
Softcover: $29.99, Hardcover: $39.00

Books also available at:
        Humpus Bumpus Bookstore


A portion of the book's proceeds will be donated to the following organizations:

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF)
The NFFF honors America's fallen fire heroes and provides resources to assist their survivors in rebuilding their lives.

The Atlanta Fire Foundation (AFF)
The AFF focuses mainly on much needed training and equipment; a project which strengthens lifesaving capabilities.
Hazardous Materials and Search and Rescue are a few of the disciplines which benefit Atlanta's firefighters and its citizens.

The NFFF and AFF are both 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. If you are in need, or would like to make a donation to them, visit their web sites:

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
The Atlanta Fire Foundation
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