Boston Fire by Stanley J. Forman, 1976 Pulitzer Price. “Then I spotted them. A woman, a child and they´re standing there on the fire escape, 10 feet from the fire itself. And they’re looking for help." “All of a sudden, boom! It just crashes.” “Everything is falling and I’m thinking. Just keep shooting.’ And I’m shooting and shooting. ..." Forman turns away. When he turns back, the 19-year-old woman is dead. Her 3-year-old niece survives.