FALL FROM ROPE LADDER.
FATAL INJURIES RECEIVED. [BY TELEGRAPH. —PRESS ASSOCIATION.] DUXEDIN". Thursday. A married man, Mr. Neil Macdonald, aged 46, of Dunedin, died on the way to the Dunedin Hospital as the result of a fall at the Poolburn dam, Central Otago. He is supposed to have fallen from a rope ladder, a distance of 70ft., on to the ice below.
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FALL FROM ROPE LADDER., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVIII, Issue 20897, 12 June 1931
FALL FROM ROPE LADDER. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVIII, Issue 20897, 12 June 1931
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