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CWM?ELIN WORKS FATALITY.

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CWM?ELIN WORKS FATALITY. WORKMAN'S FRIGHTFUL INJURIES. INQUEST ON THE BODY. j Into the terrible c rcumstances of the death of Jeremiah Driscoll, at Cwrnfe- c Works, oa ■ Monaay morning, Mr. Ta ioura Strick he.d an ianuest at- the Hospital on Wednesday. Mr. D. Thomas (from the ott.ee of Mr. T. W. •James) watchid the proceedings on behalf of the company. Benms Josepa Drisco.i, iiap j tist \vtll street, give evidence of i-ienti icatiou.; seating taat hi-a late f a r was 45 yeals of ago g v^n by fe.low-workmen tnat deceas.d was in charge cf the steam crane, i^ceascd wa? seandlng betrreen the two rail3, n"as aPPJrent.y ao^ut to take his seat on. tu3 front of the crane as usual, when the acci dent n^poen.d. He saem-id <to think that the ci:,In.e had., ap^tO&^aad him nearer tktCl it; actually hact, ad irf riatitv he sat down al moment 0scoll. As a res:a.t, the deceased was severe y crasned. It was the custom to rioe on the crane. Decea?ei's son interposed to say tf.a: b3 hai visited the works, aara :here { was no pa .h c-n to e s.de of the track on which a man could ws.uS. Dan el Wi.liams, the cr'ie driver, stated teat it was impossible for h:m to see the deceased from the rear part of I the crane. There was no rule in the works prohibuirg ridiig on the crane. Dr. Frank} surgeon at tne Hosp iSl, said ds- ps?e*d's V-nine "^was broken, two ribs wsre broken, he had wour.as on his fact and left hind, and his rsrfct i'ot xw severely crushed. The case was hopeless from the -rst Tne jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death.