Boy Hurt When Horses Run

125 Years Ago

 

August 27, 2020



Herald of Aug. 22, 1895

Roy, the five-year-old son of Henry Paul, of Huston Township, was hurt in a runoff accident. Mr. Paul had come to town with his large two-horse wagon and left his team near the railroad, temporarily in charge of the boy. The horses became frightened at the cars and started up East Allegheny Street at a rapid gait, throwing the little fellow off the seat. The wagon passed over him. The horses were soon stopped and the boy was carried to Dr. Eldon’s office, where it was found that he had received a large cut to his head and his body was considerably bruised.

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