Charles Whitlock, broken arm

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Charles Whitlock, broken arm - mourn his loss. HIS ARM*BROKEN. Mr. Whitlock,...
mourn his loss. HIS ARM*BROKEN. Mr. Whitlock, of Hlefaiand I'ark, Injured at Metnchen. Mr. Charles Whitlock, of Highland Park, had his right arm broken Saturday afternoon, afternoon, at Metachen. Tbe accident was caused by the carelessness of a mason, who let & huge iron cap fall on a scaffold, underneath underneath which Mr. Whitlock was standing. Carpenter Whitlock, of this city, brother of the injured many has the contract for tearing tearing out and remodelling the frbnTbf Robins' ball. The scaffold had been built and the masons were busy tearing down the front of the hall. The cornice was surmounted by a heavy iron camp. In removing this one of the masons allowed it to fall. It struck the scaffold and broke it. A piece of scantling struck Mr. Charles Whitlock who was standing standing directly underneath. It broke his righlt arm just above the elbow. He was removed to bis home in Highland Park, and today was getting along very well. His brother.who was standing close to him at the time of the accident escaped uninjured. uninjured. ^

Clipped from The Daily Times21 Aug 1893, MonPage 1

The Daily Times (New Brunswick, New Jersey)21 Aug 1893, MonPage 1
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