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Spectators help emergency workers carry victims to ambulances Dec. 11, 1941, following deadly explosions in South Akron. The lunch-hour disaster destroyed two restaurants across from Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., killing three and injuring 25. (Beacon Journal file photo)
With the push to remove a 105-year-old dam from Gorge Metro Park — a move that would uncover the long-hidden falls under the Cuyahoga River that gave Cuyahoga Falls its name — Summit County Metro Parks has planned a series of special programs about the well-known but obsolete feature.