From the Richmond Times-Dispatch, 9/11/1907, p. 2, c. 6

Fingers in Cog Wheel.

Charles Shelton (colored) got to playing with a machine which would not work in the blacksmith shop of the Tredegar Works yesterday afternoon. The machine started suddenly, catching his hand in a cog and painfully mashing it. Dr. Hinchman, of the city ambulance corps, amputated two fingers and dressed the wound.

Go to top