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In Years Past

January 10, 2014
The Post-Journal

In 1914, Charles Buckley, an employee of the Pennsylvania Gas Company in Jamestown, lay in a semi-unconscious condition at his home on Prendergast Avenue this day as the result of falling down the flight of stairs leading to the toilet room in the Hub on West Third Street the past Monday evening. He suffered a bad scalp wound causing concussion of the brain. Dr. J.J. Mahoney, the physician attending him, stated that until this morning Buckley had been totally unconscious but that he had partially regained consciousness. He stated that it was impossible to say whether Buckley slipped or suffered a stroke.

 
 
 

 

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