Coral, PA Mine Accident, Feb 1910

CORAL MINER KILLED.

John Tatua Crashed Under a Fall of Coal.

John Tatua, a miner employed in the mines at Coral, as fatally crushed by a fall of top coal about 7 o'clock on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 15.

His chest was badly crushed and both legs were broken.

Tatua had been in this country but four months. His age was 24 years.

The funeral was held on Wednesday, the service being conducted by Father Farri of the Catholic church.

Indiana Evening Gazette, Indiana, PA 17 Feb 1910

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