Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
Ces Han Dead; Another is m net:s Condition Suffering Frcn Scalds One man :s dead r.nd another in a critical condition in the Harrisburj; Hoipital a. - - the result 'of ' serious eca!d:ns3 by sleur.i they suffered in engine roundhouse No. 1 of the Pennsylvania Railroad Companj about 1 o'clock this morning. Adam V. Hoster, aged 35, 200'j Berryhill street, died at 11.25 this morning us a lesult of the fri&htf ;1 Scalds he received over his body, rnis and tce. George Klingan, aged 4 5. 1SS1 North Fourth street, is the other nan in the hospital. His injuries are serious, and hospital authorities said his i ondition is critical. At the roundhouse to - day the foreman foreman said that the oficial report of the accident had not been turned in to him. Me said it was likely the men had received their scalds when (leaning an engine boiler. The en - trine suddenly blew off steam and the tvo men were enveloped In - the hot oj!t'v,irst. Klingan is employed as a gang leader and Hoster was a brakemai.