Smelter Accident: 0054.0233

ACCIDENT OF JACK TONEY

            John Toney, one of the men employed on the construction of the smelter buildings, fell from one of the frames a distance of some thirty-three feet but luckily sustained no worse injuries than several severe cuts about the face and a bad shaking.  He was removed to Handley & Wolfe building immediately after the accident and Dr. Green of Cranbrook was telephoned for and arrived two and a half hours later and attended the patient.  Mr. Toney will be around in a few days.

0054.0233: Smelter Accident

Cranbrook doctor called by telephone.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  January 4, 1902
Pages:  1
Publisher:  Marysville Tribune
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0054)

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