People began to see the smoke from beneath the cutting table. In the passage it states, "Survivors said the first sign of trouble was smoke pouring from beneath a cutting table."
People in the elevators where trapped they were not allowed to use the elevators during a fire. It states in paragraph 4, "Saftey experts have always advised against using elevators in a fire. Heat can damage their machinery leaving trapped passengers dangling in space, to burn, or to suffocate."
People where running down the stairway. In paragraph 5 it states people who could not go down the elevator rushed the stairway door. They caused a pile up so that those in front couldn't open the door.
People began to jump off the ninth floor. In paragraph 12 it states, "Hoping to catch jumpers before they hit the ground, firefighters held up life nets."
Frefighters went inside the building tryng to stop the fire inside of the buildning. In paragraph 11 it states. Firefighters charged into the building, stretching a hose up the stairways as they went. At the sixth-floor landing, they connected it to the standpipe. Reaching the eighth floor, they crawled into the inferno on their bellies, under the rising smoke, with their hose.
"Cough Cough Cough"!!!
Fire bursted out the broke window. The fire blow out when the window had broken. In paragraph 14 it states, "By 5:15 p.m., exactly thirty-five minutes after flames burst from beneath a cutting table, firefighters had brought the blaze under control.