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Part 2016-11-18-04 - Accident - George Stoddart

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CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-04

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Accident - George Stoddart

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  • 1908-12-17 (Creation)

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Bradford Witness

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"Yesterday afternoon Mr. Geo. Stoddart met with a serious accident. He was working on the new school building at Middleton, and the scaffold on which he was standing at the time gave way precipitating him, and Mr. Fred McKay, to the ground a distance of about 25 feet. Mr. McKay escaped unhurt, while Mr. Stoddart sustained a broken leg at the ankle. The nature of the break is considered to be quite serious, and may mean amputation of the right foot."

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  • English

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Bradford Witness & South Simcoe News
December 17, 1908
Vol. 40, No.34
Pg 5
Microfilm Reel # 14

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The papers of this year all carry the same Volume and Issue numbers due to printing errors.

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