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BOY DECK-HAND'S I FALL. FATAL INJURIES AT SWANSEA DOCKS. Swansea Deputy Coroner (Mr. E. Glyn Morris) held an inquest on Wednesday on the body of Fiono Manio. a 17-year-old deck-hand aboard the s.s. Medusa, at the North Dock. Sergt. Juo. Danahar (Harbour Police) spoke to being called to the ship and finding deceased on the deck, apparently dead, with terrible injuries to the head. Marello Neisla, mate, through an in- terpreter, said deceased was an Italian, living at Leghorn, Dr. Trevor Evans said he found a large o-inch scalp wound, a definite fracture of the skull, and other minor injuries. The cause of death was n fracture of the skull and laceration of the Irv.in. The mate, recalled, said he was not on the deck at the time of the accident. The boy had bepn on the ship only a month. Messine Simone, boatswaiij, said he was asked by th0 boy to be allowed to go up into the rigging, since he iiked the work. Later Manio must have slipped and fell, alighting on a winch on the deck. The jury returned a verdict of Acci- dental death," in accordance with the medical ev id once.

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