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In Years Past

January 24, 2014
The Post-Journal

In 1914, Tosoder Stard of the Pennsylvania Railroad shops was crushed under a falling car the previous day in Olean. Stard lay on a small truck which was under a heavy freight car which had been jacked up during repairs. The jacks gave way, letting the car onto Stard and pinning him to the truck. It was hardly thought he would recover. He was taken to Higgins Memorial Hospital.



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