From the Richmond Times, 2/11/1902, p. 3, c. 6
Mr. Forest Hill Struck by Piece of Broken Emery Wheel.
Mr. Forest Hill, an employee at the Tredegar Iron Works, was seriously injured yesterday afternoon while at work in the shops by a flying piece of a broken emery wheel, which struck him in the forehead. Dr. Foster, the ambulance surgeon. Fearing a fracture of the skull, removed the patient to the Virginia Hospital. His condition is serious.
The ambulance was called to Twenty-fourth and R Streets, where John B. Puller, who had fallen from a scaffold and sustained a scalp wound, was treated.