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Geo - TOUCHED A Live Wire and Thrown Twenty feet Soon...
TOUCHED A Live Wire and Thrown Twenty feet Soon After Recovery From a Fracture of the SkulL Convalescing from Injuries, among which was a fracture of ths skull, sustained In a fall from the top of a spiral staircase at his home to the tile floor, three floors below, George Adams, the twelve-year-old son of J. C. Adams, of the Post-Glover Electric Company, a few days ago touched a lire wire and waa thrown 20 feet, landing on a cement sidewalk. He is now suffering from m number of painful cuts on his head. Hia physicians state, however, that he will rover. - A falling tree In the yard of W. P. Tharp. on Erie avenue, Hyde Park, adjoining the Adams residence, had torn down an electric wire. Mr. Adams states that he notified the company, but for some reason ths wire waa not put In place. While playing on the Tharp premises youna Adams touched the wire. - The previous accident happened at the Adams home. - Although he recovered, the boy was left in a condition bordering al most on nervous prostration, and had Juai returned from Florida, where his parents took lm for his health. la speaking of the misfortunes to which his son. has twice been subject. Mr. Adams stated yesterday that Ill-luck seems to be the portion of those connected with his household. William Buck, a brother of the cook employed in the Adams household. was killed Sunday in a collision bet wee his milk wagon and a. Pennsylvania train. ing bad was sured entered turn. ing he ago he of Squire tine of to "I for away the 8traw-ders IL failed wood him place gold H. The' him

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 14 Jun 1904, Tue,
  3. Page 12

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