Sharon, PA Hay Accident, Jan 1907

OUT OF HAY WITH BROKEN LEG; ROGERS CAN'T TELL HOW IT WAS.

Unable to tell whether a horse had kicked him or whether he had fallen from the hay loft, T. C. Rogers of Sharon, Pa., was picked up by laborers outside a barn at 856 South Eighteenth street with a badly broken leg.

Rogers slept in the hay loft Tuesday night, but remembers nothing of the accident by which his left limb was crushed.

Police Surgeon Harris cared for this man and sent him to St. Joseph's hospital.

Morning World-Herald, Omaha, NE 3 Jan 1907

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