Burlington Weekly Free Press.
Burlington Weekly Free Press.
Contributed by Joan H. Bixby

Description: Castleton Boy Hurt.

Date: April 19 1917

Newspaper published in: Burlington, Vt.

Source: Library of Congress.

Page/Column: Page 6

CASTLETON BOY HURT.

Charles Fish, 18 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fish of
Castleton, met with a bad accident April 11 while working at H. M.
Brown's sawmill. Henry Fenton and Fish were adjusting the belt to a slow
moving machine when the latter was caught in the shafting and thrown
around. He suffered a bad wound on the back of his head and other
scratches and bruises on different parts of his body and a fracture of
both bones on the let leg. His clothing was torn in two at the waist
line and completely torn off. He had been working at the mill only a few
days.





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