New York, NY Power Plant Explosion, Dec 1910

LOUIS CHRISTMAN, twenty-years-old, of No. 552 West 48th Street; contusions of face, neck and arm; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
THOMAS COLLINS, of No. 218 East 76th Street; attended and went home.
MICHAEL COYNE, of No. 244 East 21st Street; attended and went home.
MRS. L. J. CROUGHAN, twenty-five years old, of No. 237 East 53d Street; attended and went home.
JOHN CUNNINGHAM, fifty-two years old, of No. 850 Mott Avenue, The Bronx; bad burns on body; Flower Hospital.
MAURICE CURTIN, thirty-nine years old, an electrician, wounds on hands and face; attended in Bellevue Hospital and went home.
WILLIAM DAVIDSON, of No. 39 West 129th Street; attended and went home.
LOUIS DE PENTA, forty-eight years old, of No. 1315 Second Avenue; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
JOHN DEVINE, of No. 351 East 39th Street; contusions of chest; attended and went home.
WILLIAM DIVISION, forty-two years old, laborer, of No. 39 West 129th Street; lacerated scalp; attended and went home.
WILLIAM J. DUFFY, battalion chief, of No. 220 East 49th Street; lacerated face, head, arm and chest; attended in Flower Hospital and went home.
JAMES DUNN, twenty-four years old, an electrician of the New York Central, of No. 1894 Concourse Street, The Bronx; lacerated head; attended in Bellevue Hospital and went home.
ETHEL EVANS, thirty-five years old, of No. 2 West 82d Street; thirty-five wounds; seventy-five stitches had to be taken; one eye badly cut, but remote hope to save it; condition serious; Flower Hospital.
MAE ESPERSEY, of No. 233 East 79th Street; attended and went home.
MARGARET FINCH, of No. 550 Lexington Avenue; attended and went home.
THOMAS FITZGERALD, of No. 163 Stanley Avenue, Yonkers; attended and went home.
JOSEPH F. FLANNERY, Richmond Hill, Long Island; hit by brick and timber; attended and went home.
JOHN FOGARTY, of No. 224 East 47th Street; attended and went home.
JUSTINE FRICK, of No. 215 West 40th Street; attended and went home.
MARIE FRITZ, of No. 558 Lexington Avenue; attended and went home.
MRS. H. W. FRY, of No. 451 Lexington Avenue; lacerated shoulder, arm and hand; husband took her in cab to Roosevelt Hospital, where she remained.
MERRIAM GADLER, thirty-six years old, nurse; No. 537 Lexington Avenue; lacerated arm and neck; attended and went home.
DENNIS J. GALLAGHER, forty-eight years old, of No. 431 West 35th Street; contusions of scalp and face, possibly fractured skull; Bellevue Hospital.
LAWRENCE GALLAGHER, thirty-six years old, of No. 568 Lexington Avenue; lacerated scalp and back; attended in New York Hospital and went home.
GEORGE GERMAN, twenty years old, of No. 899 Home Street, The Bronx; lacerated scalp and fingers; attended and went home.
MAY GILLMAN, fourteen years old, of No. 200 East 47th Street; compound fracture of right leg; Presbyterian Hospital.
MAX GRAB, thirty-two years old, of No. 2157 Fifth Avenue; lacerated scalp; attended and went home.

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