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Dangers of the Streets

Post by Karen on Thu 21 Jul 2011 - 0:27


Yesterday Mr. George Collier held an inquiry at the Park hotel, Victoria-park, respecting the death of Elizabeth Boston. The deceased was a widow, aged 77, and had lived for the last four years with Mrs. King, at 13, George-gardens. A fortnight ago deceased was brought home by a young man, who said he found her helpless in the street, and it was discovered that one of her legs was broken. The doctor advised her removal to the workhouse, where she was admitted on the 1st inst., and came under the care of Mr. Knox, the medical officer, who found that her right thigh was badly broken. The woman died on the 15th inst. of exhaustion consequent on the injury. The deceased was understood to have been pushed down, and a verdict of "Accidental death" was returned.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, January 18, 1885, Page 12

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