|Agency||Chicago Fire Department|
|Type of Firefighter||Career|
|Date of Birth||0/0/0|
|Date of Death||6/6/1905|
|Cause of Death||Thrown from vehicle|
|Nature of Death||Trauma|
|Attribute of Death||[not applicable]|
|Type of Duty||Emergency vehicle operations , Responding to/returning from incident|
On June 6, 1905, Driver Bartholomew Cloonan of Engine Company No. 28 of the Chicago Fire Department died from injuries sustained by being thrown from the seat of his engine on June 4, 1905.
Cloonan was responding to an alarm when he was thrown from his engine at the intersection of Throop and Twenty-second Streets.
He became a member of the Department June, 13, 1883. Cloonan was survived by his widow, Josephine.
Obituary of Bartholomew Cloonan, Chicago Daily Tribune, June 7, 1905.