Harrisburg, PA Electric Wire Accident, Oct 1923

HARRISBURG LINEMAN KILLED; THREE ARE SEVERELY SHOCKED.

EMPLOYES OF POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY ERECTING POLE COME IN CONTACT WITH HIGH TENSION WIRE.

(International News Service.)
Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 11. --Three linemen employed by the Postal Telegraph Company are recovering today from the effects of a severe shock they received late yesterday when the pole they were erecting came in contact with a high tension wire.
PATRICK CONLON, was killed instantly by the current.
The injured men are TIM CONLON, OMEN REAGAN, and GILBERT BOYLE.

New Castle News Pennsylvania 1923-10-11