Dunbar Workman Injured at Bowest June 10, 1931

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Dunbar Workman Injured at Bowest June 10, 1931 - . NEEDED BLANKETS Temperature hit 42 degrees...
. NEEDED BLANKETS Temperature hit 42 degrees last night, an exceeding low mark for June. At 2p.m. today however, things had warmed up with the thermometer reaching reaching the 74 mark. WAS TRYiNG TO AIR PUMP ON FREIGHT REPAIR LARGE £/ had it ' W h e n the -water bottle- of a Pittsburgn and West Virginia f l V K T I V X r t . l _ . _ . . . O - - t i . th : n the Bowest yards near Dunbar George Simpson, 68, Dunbar, in the locomotive attempting to repSr a ' "*"* £ " Stepson is in the Connellsvflle State P I H i S C0ndi " 011 "* The third annual summer session opened-this morning at the Uniontown Cemer, University of Pittsburgh, with an enrollment of over one hundred !L!? t t. reglStereci for seventeen dif- entire county is ferent courses. represented in the as good. Simpson, an employe ,of the Dickerson Dickerson Construction company, Wto at- £ B mSke S ° me ad «ments the air pump. The water bottle broke and showered him with steam ana hoc water. Simpson managed £ s agger from the cab to safety and alone saved his life, it is believed Tne locomotive, No. 923, was in the ^pr^ ~ tT^tTisrjf

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 10 Jun 1931, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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  • Dunbar Workman Injured at Bowest June 10, 1931

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