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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT OAMARU

» • ; (PHR PBEBB ASSOCIATION.) Oamabu, June 5. A rather serious aooldent ooourred at Tsipq to-day by. which Mr Gray, of the firm of Bold and "Gray, bad hU leg broken and was otherwise lojared ; Mr Blyth, • olork to the firm, had his leg broken, and fife George Sampter. merobant, wai rendered taaeDiible for a short time and was a good deal shaken. The party left town for the sale at Talpo, and aftet travelling a short distance, It ra dU« qavered that the horaa la the trap. In which were Meisrs Blyth and Gray, hid the bit eat of his month, and while Me fi'yth was attempting to pot it m th« horse bolted and knooked him down, the wheel of the trap breaking bis leg. The trap then collided with Mr Snmptet'a baggy, smashing it, Mr Gray and Mr Sampter being thrown ont with great foroa. Mr Gray's leg was broken at the thigh, and hie bead «rai oat, and Mr Sampter was rendered nnooneolour, bnt soon recovered* Boyond a severe shaklog he was not muoh to j cured. Messrs Gray and Blyth crere brought into Oamara for medioal attendance.

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT OAMARU, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2144, 6 June 1889

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT OAMARU Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2144, 6 June 1889

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