Texas A & M Bonfire Collapse Remembrance by Doug Klembara. One of the most amazing things I've ever experienced

The Aggie Bonfire – Remembered

The Aggie Bonfire Tragedy: 12 Years in Remembrance - the sTORIbook

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Picture Archives - Album 722 (College Station, Texas, March 17 - - Photo 06 (Bonfire Memorial on campus of Texas A&M University.

The second time in A’s history that Bonfire did not burn was almost exactly 92 years after the first Bonfire due to its collapse on November 18th, 1999 at 2:42 a.m.  The collapse killed 12 Aggies and injured 27 others.

The second time in Aggie history that Bonfire did not burn was almost exactly 92 years after the first Bonfire due to its collapse on November 1999 at a. The collapse killed 12 Aggies and injured 27 others.

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At Texas A&M, tradition survives tragedy

Fifteen years after the horrific collapse that killed 12 students at Texas A&M, the Aggies are once again building -- and setting ablaze -- a monstrous conflagration.

Tradition survives tragedy, ESPN story on bonfire 2014 http://espn.go.com/espn/feature/story/_/id/11937545/texas-bonfire-burns-fifteen-years-collapse-kills-12-students

At Texas A&M, tradition survives tragedy

Texas A&M Bonfire still burns fifteen years after collapse kills 12 students--long article but well worth the read. Redpots' parents' homeowners policies paid damages award to the families of the killed.

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Remembering the Aggie Bonfire tragedy – Collective Vision

Bonfire Memorial - a moving tribute to the 12 students who lost their lives in the 1999 bonfire collapse on the Texas A University campus.

The Texas A University Bonfire Memorial captures the Spirit of Bonfire through the remembrance of the students that were tragically killed or injured by the collapse of the Aggie Bonfire of

In the early morning hours of Wednesday Nov. 18, 2009, on the 10th anniversary of the 1999 Aggie Bonfire collapse John Comstock lingers after most have left at the Aggie Bonfire Memorial on the Texas A campus in College Station.

In the early morning hours of Wednesday Nov. on the anniversary of the 1999 Aggie Bonfire collapse John Comstock lingers after most have left at the Aggie Bonfire Memorial on the Texas A campus in College Station.

Nov 16, 1999: Construction begins on deadly bonfire.  Construction begins on a giant bonfire at Texas A&M University on this day in 1999, the continuation of a tradition that began 90 years earlier. Two days later, the bonfire collapsed, killing 12 students and injuring another 27.

Nov 16, 1999: Construction begins on deadly bonfire. Construction begins on a giant bonfire at Texas A&M University on this day in 1999, the continuation of a tradition that began 90 years earlier. Two days later, the bonfire collapsed, killing 12 students and injuring another 27.

Timothy Doran Kerlee Jr., 17, died the night of Nov. 19, 1999 the day after he was injured in the Bonfire collapse. An Eagle Scout who had earned 15 additional merit badges to receive a Silver Palm, he could have chosen any university he wanted. He put A&M at the top of his list.

Timothy Doran Kerlee Jr., 17, died the night of Nov. 19, 1999 the day after he was injured in the Bonfire collapse. An Eagle Scout who had earned 15 additional merit badges to receive a Silver Palm, he could have chosen any university he wanted. He put A&M at the top of his list.

John Comstock wheels past the Aggie Bonfire Memorial on the 10th anniversary of the 1999 Aggie Bonfire collapse on Wednesday Nov. 18, 2009.

John Comstock wheels past the Aggie Bonfire Memorial on the anniversary of the 1999 Aggie Bonfire collapse on Wednesday Nov.

Texas A&M's Alia Eckardt, a sophomore Lechner crew chief, stands at the perimeter of Aggie Bonfire's Stack site before construction commences.

Texas A&M's Alia Eckardt, a sophomore Lechner crew chief, stands at the perimeter of Aggie Bonfire's Stack site before construction commences.

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At Texas A&M, tradition survives tragedy

Monday ,11/18  marks 14 years since the tragic collapse of the Aggie Bonfire that claimed 12 lives and injured 27 others on the Texas A&M University campus.

Monday marks 14 years since the tragic collapse of the Aggie Bonfire that claimed 12 lives and injured 27 others on the Texas A&M University campus.

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