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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Democratic Advocate, March 25, 1899: Francis J. Englar, a well-known farmer hurt during tree work

Democratic Advocate, March 25, 1899: Francis J. Englar, a well-known farmer hurt during tree work

A serious accident occurred near Linwood last Saturday afternoon.

Mr. Francis J. Englar, a well-known farmer, was lopping a tree in his yard, and fearing it would damage the adjacent dwelling in falling, he tied a rope to the top and attempted to pull it in an opposite direction.

As it was falling Mr. Englar slipped and fell, while a heavy branch struck and pinned him to the earth.

He was held in that position until assistance arrived, when he was extricated while in an unconscious condition. Medical aid was quickly summoned from Union Bridge, and everything done to alleviate the sufferer. His oldest son was also severely bruised.



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