WANGANUI, Maroh 19.
A stable man named Edward E. Farcroft, employed >t Prebble's stables at Martoc, met with a serious acoident Borne time last as a result of which hia condition is bo serious that fatal results are anticipated. He oeonpieil a room in a loft, and some time during tho night he must have pot out, and, missing his footing in thedarknoss, fell from the loft to tho stable door. His spin-) is so affected that his limb-i are paralysed from tho waist down. He must have suffered dreadful agony, for ho crawled in the dark- 1 ness by the aid of his elbows and hands to the other * ido of tho stable, where he was found in a uncons*.*ioii« condition this inormnn '1 In i-kin was badly lorn from his toe. in tbe r (To * hti matin Th" (iMfortu-oi'e man <mU 'eoeotly airived f.-o'n Home, .ud had j'iht eompleterl j r ir ,n-, oo;.' - for *he piiHSupe out of his wife noil chil(!>*"n
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SERIOUS ACCIDENT, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915
SERIOUS ACCIDENT Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915
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