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New York, NY Power Plant Explosion, Dec 1910

MATILDA GROSS, twenty-eight years old, of No. 228 West 84th Street; dislocated ankle, lacerated scalp and hands; Flower Hospital.
JOHN M. HALL, of No. 230 East 46th Street; attended and went home.
ANDREW HARRIS, of No. 345 East 28th Street; fractured right ankle; lacerations on body, condition serious; Flower Hospital.
MRS. BELIA HAWKES, thirty-five years old, of No. 450 Lexington Avenue; lacerated face and scalp; Flower Hospital.
CHARLES H. HAWTHORNE, inspector in the Grand Central Terminal, of No. 1268 Clay Avenue; burns on hands and face, lacerated face; Bellevue Hospital.
WILLIAM HARRISON, fifty years old, of No. 887 Park Avenue; lacerated head and face; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
MICHAEL HEANY, thirty four years old, of No. 143 Bowery; lacerated forehead; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
CAROLINE HEINMAN, fifty-five years old, of No. 860 Lexington Avenue; attended in Flower Hospital and went home.
B. F. HENDRICKS, thirty-one years old, of No. 1812 St. John's Place, Brooklyn; lacerated back, head and face; walked into Flower Hospital, was attended and went home.
CAROLYN HERMANN, of No. 560 Lexington Avenue; attended and went home.
HENRIETTA HOLEHAY, furteen years old, of No. 1494 Second Avenue; wounded hand; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
JEROMIAH HYLAND, living at Canal and Greenwich Streets; attended and went home.
RICHARD JAMESON, of No. 128 East 50th Street; attended and went home.
A. J. JOHNSON, of No. 140 East 49th Street; attended and went home.
FRANCIS KELLY, patrolman census squad, of No. 527 West 125th Street; fractured leg, lacerated face and scalp; Flower Hospital.
FRANK KELLY, thirty years old, of No. 1181 Second Avenue; attended in Bellevue Hospital and went home.
OSCAR KRUGER, of No. 3104 Park Avenue; attended and went home.
PATRICK LANG, forty years old, of No. 947 Third Avenue; attended in Bellevue Hospital and went home.
FRANK LESSING, twenty-seven years old, of No. 1457 Avenue 'A'; contusions of arms; attended to Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
MRS. THERESA LOTHMAN, thirty-four years old, dressmaker; fractured skull, lacerated face, scalp and shoulder; Bellevue Hospital; may die.
HARRY LUCY, Bedford Park, Brooklyn; broken arm; attended and went home.
GEORGE LYONS, twenty-three years old, of No. 152 East 128th Street; fractured bones in foot; Flower Hospital.
PATRICK MADDEN, thirty-six years old, of No. 927 Courtlandt Avenue, watchman for the New York Central; scalp and face wounds, contusions and possible fracture of skull; Bellevue Hospital.
NORMAN MATHEWSON, fifty-two years old, of No. 1726 Park Avenue, an electrician on the New York Central; lacerated wounds; Bellevue Hospital.
ANTHONY MARONECKS, of No. 231 East 45th Street; attended in the emergency hospital and went home.

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