|Fire Company||Engine 16|
|Cause of Death||Trauma complications|
|At Fire Box Number||95|
|Incident Type||Collision with Street Car|
|Incident Location||General Hospital|
Blymyer died from injuries received in a collision with a street car on September 18, 1934, that also killed fireman Raymond Kennedy. Blymyer was appointed to the Department in July 1930. He was survived by his wife, Henrietta and son Charles Jr., and his parents and brother Clifford, also a city fireman. Blymyer lived with his family at 3005 Scioto Street. He was 31.