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1902 - All Show Improvement - Tult, Salisbury and Farrell Will Probably Recover - The Funeral of Harvey

George Tult, George Salisbury and James Farrell, the three men who were seriously injured in the elevator accident at D. M. Osborne & Co's are all reported as being considerably improved today. There were numerous reports about the streets last night and this morning that Farrell's condition had taken a turn for the worse and that he had passed a very restless night. Dr. F. E. O'Brien, the attending physician, said this afternoon that Farrell was very much better to-day than he was yesterday and passed a very comfortable night.

The funeral of Forrest B. Harvey, who died from injuries received in the accident, was held at the home of his father, Isacc M. Harvey…
Nothing further has been done by Coroner Laird in the inquest to determine the cause of the accident. The inquest will be resumed when the three injured men are sufficiently improved to have their statements taken by the coroner.

The Auburn Bulletin

Auburn, New York

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