Mulroy John

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Mulroy John - of to so on a a by FIREMAN SAVES DROWNING BOY...
of to so on a a by FIREMAN SAVES DROWNING BOY Leaps Off Hia Moving Engine Into Canal Just In Time. Special to Th Srm York timtt. TRENTON, Sept. 13. Fireman John Mulroy of 313 Academy Street, this city, leaped from bia moving engine into the waters of the Delaware dc Raritan Canal to-day to-day to-day as his passenger train was coming from Bordentown, and saved the life of an eight-year-old eight-year-old eight-year-old eight-year-old eight-year-old Italian, who could not make people understand his name The lad had fallen In the canal, which runs' alongside the railroad trac and was drowning with no one in' eight, when the train came alongside. Mulroy had been watching out ahead, and when opposite opposite where the boy sank he dropped from his engine Into the water, rescuing the boy. His engineer did not miss hLm until be arrived in the- the- station a half mile away. He then took the engine back looking for Mulroy aad found him dripping wet walking to the terminal In company with the lad he had saved.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 14 Sep 1908, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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