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Date: February 13, 1914

Location: Bell Island



Latitude: 47° 38' 00" N

Longitude: 52° 58' 00" W

Fatalities: 1

Injuries: 0

Source: Guardian, Bay Roberts

This fatal accident was related to mining activity, but appears to have occurred due to a landslide. It was descibed in the Guardian, Bay Roberts as transcribed from on the NFGenWebopens new window opens new window web site.

Friday, February 20, 1914

A man named PATRICK HANLON, of St. Mary's, was killed at Bell Island on Friday last. He was at work on the surface in the Scotia mines operating an electric plow when some earth loosened quickly and fell on him fracturing his shoulder, breaking both legs above the knees and the left leg below the knees, while he received other internal injuries.

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