Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields carries a baby, Angel Baylee Almon, who was in a daycare center at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building when it was bombed on April 19, 1995. Angel was one of 168 people killed in the blast, including 19 children under the age of 6.

Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields carries a baby, Baylee Almon, who was in a daycare center at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building when it was bombed on April Baylee was one of 168 people killed in the blast, including 19 children under the age of

Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields carries a dying Baylee Almon   away from the rubble. She had celebrated her first birthday  just one day earlier.     Charles Porter's photo was widely distributed by The Daily Oklahoman   and the Associated Press and quickly became recognized around the world.    The photo earned the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography. OKC was my home from the time I was born until 1996. The bombing will always haunt me.

Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields carries a dying Baylee Almon away from…

Miss Baylee Almon

Miss Baylee Almon – Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

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1 year old Baylee Almon from Oklahoma City Oklahoma was killed in the Oklahoma City Bombing caused by Timothy McVeigh. He was executed by lethal injection in R.P BAYLEE ALMON (April 18 1994 - April 19 FLY HIGH

Sheltered in my arms: Oklahoma City fire Captain Chris Fields carries Baylee Almon from the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City following the bombing. Baylee died a short time later

Extraordinary bond between grieving mother and firefighter who was last one to hold her dying baby in iconic Oklahoma City bomb photo

I remember my little girl was the same age as Baylee Almon when the Oklahoma bombings happened. As a first time mother my heart went out to her family.

Marlee Hill, 2, a second cousin of Oklahoma City bombing victim Baylee Almon, holds a teddy bear at Almon’s chair in the Field of Empty Chairs at the Oklahoma City National Memorial following a ceremony for the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing in Oklahoma City, Sunday, April 19, 2015. At left is Broox Kok, who would have been Almon’s little brother. About 1,000 people gathered at the former site of the Oklahoma City federal building to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the…

Luminaries including President Bill Clinton and survivors gathered in Oklahoma City on the anniversary of the domestic terror attack that killed 168 people on April

The chair dedicated to bombing victim Baylee Almon is pictured in the Field of Empty Chairs at the Oklahoma City National Memorial

Where Are They Now? The People in the Oklahoma City Bombing

The chair dedicated to bombing victim Baylee Almon is pictured in the Field of Empty Chairs at the Oklahoma City National Memorial

Precious Moments depiction of the world famous photo of the fireman carrying 1 yr old Baylee Almon out of the rubble of the Oklahoma City bombing

Precious Moments depiction of the world famous photo of the fireman carrying 1 yr old Baylee Almon out of the rubble of the Oklahoma City bombing

Baylee Almon

“Baylee Almon the poor bloodied lifeless girl pictured in arms of firefighter Chris Field after the OKC bombing would have been 23 on

Precious Moments depiction of the world famous photo of the fireman carrying 1 yr old Baylee Almon out of the rubble of the Oklahoma City bombing.

Precious Moments depiction of the world famous photo of the fireman carrying 1 yr old Baylee Almon out of the rubble of the Oklahoma City bombing.

Miss Baylee Almon's chair...celebrated her first birthday the day before the bombing

Miss Baylee Almon's chair.celebrated her first birthday the day before the bombing

At the OKC Memorial, this is the child's chair honoring tiny little Baylee Almon who perished in the OKC Murrah Building that was bombed April 19, 1995. We will never forget <3

At the OKC Memorial, this is the child's chair honoring tiny little Baylee Almon who perished in the OKC Murrah Building that was bombed April We will never forget

Oklahoma City federal building bombing – April 19, 1995/Chris Fields holds baby Angel Baylee Almon/This picture still brings tears to my eyes-20 yrs later.

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Charles Porter's photograph of firefighter Chris Fields holding the dying infant Baylee Almon .

Charles Porter's photograph of firefighter Chris Fields holding the dying infant Baylee Almon . - Picture of Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, Oklahoma City - TripAdvisor

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