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In Years Past

April 20, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, an elderly man, unheeding the alarm of the oncoming fire apparatus at the corner of Second and Main streets in Jamestown on Saturday afternoon, would surely have been struck to the pavement and seriously injured had it not been for the prompt action of Charles H. Wiborg in assisting him to the sidewalk. It was so close an escape that witnesses to the affair had palpitations of the heart for fear the man would be struck.

 
 

 

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