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New York, NY Power Plant Explosion, Dec 1910

PETER SCHMITT, thirteen years old, of No. 627 East 44th Street; contusions about the body; attended and went home.
TOBIAS SEVENCEL, of No. 21 2d Street; attended and went home.
PHILIP SHEFFNER, twenty-five years old, electrician in the New York Central, of No. 424 East 161st Street; attended in Bellevue Hospital and went home.
ORNIE SHELLY, motorman, of No. 115 West 62d Street; attended and went home.
WILLIAM F. SLAGLE, of No. 294 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn; attended and went home.
JOHN SMITH, of No. 155 East 49th Street; lacerated face, left eye removed, saving of right eye doubtful, condition serious; Flower Hospital.
MRS. C. J. SUMMERS, of No. 125 East 50th Street; attended and went home.
ARTHUR SPOONER, of No. 8 Willis Street, Brooklyn; attended and went home.
THOMAS STEWART, thirty-two years old, laborer in the New York Central, of No. 39 West 29th Street; lacerated hand and cuts about head; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
LOUIS STRONG, twenty-five years old, employed in the Bible House; lacerated hand and cuts about head; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
WILLIAM SYTHES, living in Bailey Street, Corens, Long Island; attended and went home.
MRS. MARY TEFFEAU, of No. 125 East 50th Street; cut by glass; attended and went home.
WILLIAM TEMPLE, eighteen months old, of No. 138 East 81st Street; contusion of left arm; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and taken home.
ALBERT THOMAS, of No. 541 Lexington Avenue; attended and went home.
WINFIELD S. TOMPKINS, of No. 1256 Clay Avenue; attended and went home.
JOHN TYNAN, twenty-five years old of No. 178 Willis Avenue, electrician on the New York Central; lacerated legs, scalp and face wounds; Bellevue Hospital.
JUSTINE TRUCK, of No. 315 West 40th Street; attended and went home.
CHRISTOPHER WAGNER, of No. 218 East 76th Street; attended and went home.
LAWRENCE WEISE, of No. 581 ast 125th Street; attended and went home.
COLLINS WHEELER, thirty-five years old, of No. 215 East 163d Street; lacerated scalp and face, rupture of eye, fractured molar bone, serious condition; Bellevue Hospital.
WILLIAM WITHALL, of No. 207 Willis Avenue; attended and went home.
PHILIP YOUNG, forty-one years old, no address; abrasion of fingers; attended in Presbyterian Hospital and went home.
Unidentified Man, fifty years old, supposed to be tower man; internal injuries; condition critical; St. Vincent's Hospital.

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