Contributed by Gigimo
Description: LINDSTROM's Accident.Date: October 31 1882
Newspaper published in: St. Louis, MO
C. J. LINDSTROM, a mail agent on the St. Louis and Rock Island Railroad, was found sitting in the office of the Hotel Brown, on Twelfth and Olive streets, at a very early hour this morning. He had been brought there by some unknown person. Officer HOGAN brought him to the City Dispensary, where, upon examination by Dr. DORSETT it was found that LINDSTROM had an ugly wound on his forehead and blood was flowing from his left ear. He could not tell how he got hurt and did not know where he was. It is surmised that he fell from his train. His wound is considered dangerous, as the base of the skull is probably fractured. He was sent to the City Hospital. His home is at Linn, Ill.