|Agency||Chicago Fire Department|
|Type of Firefighter||Career|
|Date of Birth||0/0/0|
|Date of Death||11/24/1906|
|Cause of Death||Contact/Exposure|
|Nature of Death||Asphyxiation|
|Attribute of Death||Smoke inhalation|
|Type of Duty||Firefighting operations|
On November 24, 1906, Driver Henry Baker of Engine Company No. 80 of the Chicago Fire Department died from asphyxiation while working at the ruins of a fire at Lehigh Valley Coal Company’s docks.
Baker became a member of the Department November 3, 1904.