Clipped From Pittston Gazette
1 - HLlCHLEDERRY picker WAS BADLY INJURED Duryea Man Will Probably i& fcrttiii Injuries Recetvea unw migut Near Glen Summit Frank Bauman, of Duryea, was 'seriously, If not fatally. Injured , last night on the Leltfgh Valley's mountain cutoff tracks. In attempting to jump from a frelirht train he fell Under the wheels. In company with his brother Wensel and other men, ranK Bauman was one ef a party of Duryea men who started out on a huckleberrylng trlpf Their intention was i "tart picking early this morning. In order to be on hand bright, and early they boarded a Lehigh Valley freight train last night, to ride over tne mountain. Near Glen Summit they. Intended - Setting Setting Setting off the tram, and the other inertl - bers of the party did so successfully. Bauman, 'however, slipped hv alighting, alighting, and fell. He was dragged uoife a distance. One ot his arms was hr.Uoi. and snveral ribs. . fractured. and It is believed one of che.fraetured ribs punctured a lung. Me was piacea aboard a night passenger, train - .and taken to Dnryear whence ho was taken on a special engine to Scranton. He Is a married man with a large family, ana resides oh Myers street It is thought his condition is critical.