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Patrolman Thomas H. Worthington

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Patrolman Thomas H. Worthington


4 March 1909 - Patrolman THOMAS H. WORTHINGTON,  was killed by a "live" wire at Mount Royal Avenue and McMechen Street early this morning. He was carrying a"dead" wire to the sidewalk from the street when a second wire fell. He died instantly. Officer Worthington was about 50 years old, and had been on the force about 12 "years, most ·of the time serving in the Northwestern district: He lived with his wife and children on Braddish Avenue, near the Wabash railroad tracks. (*4)

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End of Watch 4 March 1909
City, St. Mount Royal Avenue and McMechen Street
Panel Number N/A
Cause of Death Electrocution
District Worked Central


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