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REPORTED MISSING, BUT ! DEAD.!

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MISSED HIS STEP. ___I

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MISSED HIS STEP. I FATALITY AT PEMBREY I WORKS. An inquest was conducted at Swansea, on ednehd:t.y by the P>crougii. Coroner (Mr. ■J. (. Morrisj into circumstances at- tending the depth o" Walter Blunden (57). 42, Mariner-street. Swansea, who died at the Swansea Hospital on Tuesday from in, juries received as a result of falling off a scaffold at.the Pembrey Works. Mr. T, R. Ludford appeared for the con- 1 tractors. Gertrude Wilkins, 42. Mariner-street, "d(,Iltiiipi and-said de- ceased lodged with her. He was supposed I to be a native of Manchester. brancis Charles Thomas. 135. Aberdy-. berthi-street. Swansea, a la bourer employed, at the Pembrey Works, said the accident happened on Monday evening at 5.15. H was working with deceased placing a plan k 1 on a scaffold in order to place a lamp there. This would be about 10 or 12 feet from the; ground. Just as witnes was about. to place the plank in position the full weight of it came on him. and, on looking round, he found deceased had slipped and lay prone on the ground in a cramped position. Fie was Conscious, and was able to say, Oh I my breath He could not speak, however. as to how it happened, neither could wit- I nes attribute anv reason for his fall. By Mr. Hilditch (H.M. Inspector) The; plank was a heavy one. Thomas Savers, 1, Brook-street. Green- hill. who followed the same employment as that of deceased, namely a bricklayer's la bourer, stated deceased missed his step, dipped, and fell off the plank on which he was standing. By Mr. Hilditch: It was dusk at the time of the accident, and there were no artificial lights in. Samuel McCready. 9, Cordon-terrace, Swan- sea, foreman bricklayer at the works, said the men were under his control, and every- thing was in proper order. The men could use as many planks as they considered neces- sary. In answer to a question put to de- ceased by witness, the former answered that he had missed his footing. Dr, Tudor Thomas, house physician at the Swansea Hospital, stated that deceased was admitted to that institution at 8 p.m. 011 Monday with injuries to the chest and three fractured ribs. He wa.s brought in in a state of g-rpat shock, and he died at 1.30 a.m. on Tuesday from internal hemorrhage and shock. The Coroner said it was a case of pure acci- dent. He could have had more planks, but apparently considered one -sufficient. The jury brought in a verdict of "Accidental death," and attached blame to no one. Mr. Ludford #aid that on behalf of Messrs. Thcrburn, deceased's employers, he wished to express their sympathy, and said they in- tended to defray the funeral expenses.

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