Hudnall mine death, 1936

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Hudnall mine death, 1936 - MAN KILLED IN MINE ACCIDENT Four Are Injured...
MAN KILLED IN MINE ACCIDENT Four Are Injured When Trip of Cars Wreckg at Powellton POWELLTON. Nov. 19.—Funeral services for Harold Hudnall. SO. of Shrewsbury, who died of injuriea suffered early Wednesday momtog when a man trip deraUed and plunged over an emlmnkment at the Powellton mine, will be conducted at the home of his parents Friday. Burial will be in the Mammoth cemetery. Officials of the Koppers Coal company, company, owners et the mine, said that the man trip composed of a loeomo. tive and several ears, derailed and went over the bank just after leaving leaving the mouth ot the mine. The men were being brought outside after a change of shifts. Four others were hurt one seriously. seriously. They were: R. J. Wood, possible skull fracture and fracture ot several ribs, at the Coal Valley hospitel. Condition is reported seriotu. Ernest Johnson, fractured arm. Lloyd Wood and Floyd Filer, minor minor fractures and bruises. Several ethers were scratehed snd bruised slightly in jumping from the cars. Hudnall is survived by the parents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hudnall. two brothers and two sisters, all ot Shrewsbury. _

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  1. The Charleston Daily Mail,
  2. 19 Nov 1936, Thu,
  3. Page 40

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