patrick hannon accident
TWO STREET CARS i COLLISION Caused Excitement on North Main Avenue Yesterday Afternoon Patrick Patrick Hannon Cut. A collision between street cars on North Main avenue at the Intersection of Price street yesterday atternoon at about a o'clock, resulted in two or three persons being more or less in jured and considerable excitement. Washburn car No. 321, outbound, stopped at Price street and was run into by No. 6 and Lafayette car No. 230, which was following closely. The fender on the car No. 230 was smashed and a number of windows in both cars were broken. The impact was hard enough to drive the Washburn car ahead for several yards. No one was seriously injured. Pat rick Hannon, of 1725 Lafayette street, a night watchman at the Pine Brook mine, who was a passenger on car No. 230, was standing on the rear platform. He was hurled against the door frame and received a gash over h.is left eye and was also slightly in jured about his breast by coming in contact with the door handle. Hannon Hannon was taken to the office of Dr. D. W. Evans, nearby, where his wound was dressed. He was afterward taken to his home. The conductor on the No. 6 line car had his hand cut by flying glass. A girl, who was a passenger on one of the cars, was also said to bo slightly cut about the head. Her name could not be learned. The motorman on the Xo. fi line ear claimed that his brake did not. work. Traffic was only delay - 1" eu ior a iew minutes.