Names in italics represent those who perished
Names in courier font represent unsubtantiated information
|Brooks, Walter P.34||34||Married||Traffic patrolman||In the river twenty hours rescuing people|
|Clinton, Sr., James H.331||40||Married||Traffic patrolman||Spent all day helping recover victims from the Chicago River|
|Fisher, Fred123||On duty patrolman|
|Foresman, Guy292||Off duty patrolman||Helped pull survivors from the river|
|Head, Paul34||32||Telephone operator||Received the first flash of the sinking of the steamer Eastland|
|Healy, Charles233||Police Chief|
|Kerley, Jack J.241|
|Lescher, John S.123||On duty patrolman|
|McFarlane, John B.207||34|
|O'Rourke, Frank34||32||Telephone operator||Flashed the news of the tragedy over police wires, assembling ambulances and notifying the chief|
|Ryan, William273||Broke leg helping people get off of the Eastland|
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