Telephone Employees Rescue a Man: December 1962

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(press photo) govern- hand- j I had tumbled off a ing trajn j ,nt0 Lake con-; con-; The telephone company men of;were havi hmch jn their truek at the Majn gt sjde of ake : in iiunhrct .in i u-hn u-hn u-hn t.h. val-lth val-lth ac-; ac-; I . -Iff! -Iff! I t ' til J Zkz& t ? i r. ii r i t Y J l I 1 1 hl I I I 1 t II 1 I 1111 II " 1! iiiii 1 . f -- -- - - ---i ---i ---i ---i ll ! WIIXIAM II. QIICK JR. Telephone Employes Cited For Rescue at Deal Lake ASBURY PARK William H. Quick Jr., Belmar. and Leigh C. RnWkpr W;" Townshin Jinva .. . WOn ' Jersey 11 lelePt1one v-u- v-u- v-u- v-u- 't"u.v liuhiuu iur uieir rcscue of a man from Deal Lake in June, the company announced ' todav. Mr" Quicki a splicr, and Mr. RrtVir'knr a Itnnmntl Qra accirrnnt ' ' to the company's Asbury Park district, iney were cited tor, Hjs rescuers cleaned the dirt "alertness and timely action" in 'and cinders from his wounds and nul n from the lake a man who ; heard cries for help coming from .a r,f a roiWA which crosses the lake about 500 ft away. ; THE WEATHER 7 a.m. Report Highest temperature last 24 hours 42 at 2 p.m. Highest temperature this date -61 -61 in 1887. Lowest temperature last 24 hours 32 at 8 a.m. LEIGH C. ROBACKER When they investigated, they saw a man floundering in the water at the bottom of a 12-foot 12-foot 12-foot embankment. Thev iitmned Thev iumned into the lake, about 5 feet deep at lnis p0mt an(j dragged him aore. 'he-e 'he-e 'he-e they began first a'd treatment. ; The man suffered a broken col- col- j larhone. multiple rib fractures J . bruises in rolling down the em- em- bankment. prepared nun ior me arrival ot the Mlenhui'st First Mi Squad, which they had summoned. i Action Lauded Authorities at Fitkin Hospital, i Neptune, where the fall victim' was treated, said that "in ah' Polity" Mr. Quick- Quick- and Mr Ro'iacker saved the mans life The telephone men also were cited by Interlaken police who investigated trie incident, and by the Allenhurst First Aid Squad. Mr. Quick, who lives on the Como-Allaire Como-Allaire Como-Allaire road in Belmar, is 41. He has been with New Jersey ; Bell for 16 years. Mr. Robacker; lives at 1636'M St., West Belmar. 1 He has six years' service with New Jersey Bell. Both men hae completed company first-aid first-aid first-aid to the in t who m-orlv m-orlv a 10 an ! tree find the it. '

Clipped from Asbury Park Press20 Dec 1962, ThuPage 3

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)20 Dec 1962, ThuPage 3
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