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H ELDERLY ABERAVON STEEL-I…

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H ELDERLY ABERAVON STEEL- I WORKER'S MISHAP. I Mr. L. M. Thomas held an inquest at Aberavou on Saturday concerning the death of Charles Locke, aged 57. lodging at j Vivian-square. Aberavon, and employed at the Port Talbot Steel Works, who died sud- clenly on Friday. Deceased had complained pains in his side, and said he was wheel- ing a barrow at the works when the pain came on. Dr. Fredericks said he found him suffering from a. muscular strain. Pleurisy supervened, followed by heart tailure. Death was caused bv acute pleurisy and heart failure. There was some douht as to whether it was brought on by the accident, but he thought the f accident ha.d nothing to do with it.—A verdict in accordance with the medical » evidence was returned.

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