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In Years Past

June 10, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, Coyle Boyd, the seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyd of Monroe Street, Jamestown, was run down by an automobile belonging to A. N. McDonald of Sugar Grove, Pa., at Sixth and Monroe streets, Monday afternoon. The lad's left leg was broken above the knee and he received a number of cuts and bruises about the head and face. He was taken to the Jones General Hospital where the fracture was reduced and the other injuries attended to. The lad was playing with other children near the street corner and started to run across the street. A lumber pile hid the view of the automobile and also prevented the driver from seeing the boy.

 
 

 

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