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Patrolman Charles Spitznagle

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 Patrolman Charles Spitznagle

25 Dec 1905 - Patrolman CHARLES SPITZNAGLE, of the Northeastern District, was paralyzed yesterday afternoon while patrolling his post and died last night at St. Joseph's Hospital without regaining consciousness. He was walking along Central avenue, near Fairmount Avenue, when taken ill and was hurriedly taken to the hospital In the Northeastern district patrol wagon. Patrolman Spitznagle was appointed to the force on January 1, 1893. He lived at 2312 East Fayette Street and leaves a Family

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NameDescription
End of Watch 25 Dec 1905
City, St. Fairmount Avenue
Panel Number N/A
Cause of Death LOD Illness
District Worked Northeastern

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