Two Quarrymen Injured.

May 1930

 

Sheffield IndependentThursday 01 May 1930

 

Two Quarrymen Injured.

As the result of a fall of stone in the quarry of the Conisborough Cliff Company, yesterday, two workmen are detained in the Doncaster Royal Infirmary.

Jack Bradley, shot firer, Ivanhoe road, received double fracture of the left leg and Injured hip and Maurice. Wright, quarryman, of Edlington, cuts and bruises the head and legs.