On March 25th, 1911 a fire broke out in New York City. 146 people, mostly women, were killed, as the doors of the building had been locked. The fire department's ladder could only reach the 6th floor, and the people above were trapped. There are monuments all over New York City, including several cemeteries. To reach the building, follow the map below. Every year on March 25th, the local fire department pays tribute with a ladder raising ceremony.