November 14, 1933 In the early morning hours of November 12, 1933, Box 389 was sounded for a reported fire in the 1600 block of Presstman Street. While responding on the call, Engine Co. No.25 was struck by a northbound trolley car at Carey and Gold Sts. The impact caused the engine to jump the curb & slam into the exterior brick wall of a home on Carey, causing 3 firemen to be thrown off of E-25. Two firefighters landed in the roadway but the OIC, Captain William J. Lamb, was hurled out of the right front and into the brick wall of a building. He was transported to Maryland General Hospital and found to have fractured ribs, internal injuries, and a fractured skull. He died from his injuries on November 14, 1933. Captain William J. Lamb was 72 years old and had served 40 faithful years.