Asbury Park, NJ Trolley Accident, Jul 1894

ASBURY PARK, N. J., July 4.---Mrs. Hassenplug and her young son of Milton, Penn., were seriously injured to-day by falling from a trolley car. Mrs. Hassenplug's legs were torn and lacerated, the boy's lips were badly cut, and a number of his teeth were broken. Mrs. Hassenplug's husband is a member of the editoral convention in session here.

The New York Times, New York, NY 5 Jul 1894

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