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Number Injured.

15
1

23

3

4

4

9

6

5

5

RESULTS OF ACCIDENTS.
One leg

broken....
Arm and leg broken.
One arm broken...
Collar bone broken..
Hip broken...
Ankle broken.
Skull fractured..
One or more ribs fractured.
Eyesight totally or partly destroyed.
Head and scalp lacerated....
Leg crushed.
Hand crushed.
Foot crushed.
Arms crushed and lacerated.
Spinal and other injuries about body.
Face lacerated and disfigured.
Internal injuries...
Burned by fire or acid.,
Scalded by hot water or steam.
Blood poisoning following injury.
Concussion of brain...
Serious injuries of other kinds..

3

15

10 11

9

2 13

12 13 6 3

4

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Number Injured.

45

1

1

2 5

18

1

4

9 13

RESULTS OF ACCIDENTS.
Fatal at time of injury or shortly after.
Leg amputated...
One or more fingers amputated.
Back broken
Both legs broken..
One leg broken.
Both arms broken...
Arm
and

leg broken.
One arm broken...
One or more ribs broken.
Collar bone broken..
Hip broken...
Ankle broken
Skull fractured.
Spinal and other bodily injuries.
Both legs crushed and lacerated.
Foot crushed..
Internal injuries..
Scalded by hot liquid or steam.
Paralysis following injury..
Concussion of brain.

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SUMMARY No. 3.-Transportation Employes.
RESULTS OF ACCIDENTS.

Number Injured. Fatal at time of injury or shortly after.

124 Both legs amputated....

4 One leg and one arm amputated.

1 One arm amputated.

5 Both feet amputated.

2 One foot amputated.

5 One or more fingers amputated.

2 Both legs broken.

1 One leg broken...

12 One arm broken.. Collar bone broken.

3 Skull fractured.

13 One or more ribs fractured.

2 Head injured and scalp torn.

5 Both legs crushed.

2 One leg crushed.

1 Foot crushed.

6 Both arms lacerated.

1 Internal injuries...

12 Spinal and other bodily injuries.

9 Burned by fire or acid.....

4 Scalded by hot liquid or steam.

2 Concussion of brain..

2 Serious injuries of other kinds.

3

Total number of major injuries.

minor

241
124

66

Total major and minor injuries..

365

SUMMARY No. 4.-Tunnelmen, Miners and Excavators.
RESULTS OF ACCIDENTS.

Number Injured. Fatal at time of injury or shortly after..

64 Both legs and one arm amputated.

1 One leg amputated.....

1 Hand amputated.

1 Both legs broken

3 Arm and leg broken.

1 One leg broken..

8 Arm broken..

1 Arm and hip broken....

2 Shoulder and collar bone broken.

2 One or more ribs broken...

2 Skull fractured..

4 Head and scalplacerated

5 Both legs crushed.

1 One leg crushed..

3 Arm crushed.

2 Foot crushed.

3 Eyesight totally or partly destroyed.

3 Internal injuries.

8 Spinal and other bodily injuries.

4 Burned by fire or acid.

1 Serious injuries of other kinds.

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SUMMARY No. 5.-Linemen and Other Electrical Workers.

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Number Injured.

48
6

2

6

2

15

4

1

4

2

1

RESULTS OF ACCIDENTS.
Fatal at time of accident or shortly after.
Arm amputated...
Hand amputated.
One or more fingers amputated.
Arm and leg broken.
Leg broken.......
Arm broken.
Collar bone broken.
One or more ribs broken.
Skull fractured..
Jawbone broken.
Head and scalplacerated.
Both legs crushed..
Eyesight totally or partly destroyed.
Internal injuries...
Spinal and other bodily injuries.
Hand

crushed...
Foot crushed.
Leg and arm lacerated.
Burned by either fire or acid.
Scalded by hot liquid or steam.
Blood poisoning folllowing injury.
Serious injuries of other kinds.

2

1
2

6

3

2

2

2

2

1

5

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INDUSTRIAL CHRONOLOGY.

Accidents to Workmen, While on Duty, for the Twelve Months Ending

September 30, 1910.–Factory and Workshop Employes.

Home addresses of injured workmen will be furnished on application to Burea 1.

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30 Machinist..

Newark.. 32 Laborer.

Camden
Boilermaker.

Dover. 19 Laborer.

Perth Amboy.
Machinist..

Plainfield.
Silk weaver.

Paterson.
Potter.

Camden
Weaver.

Whippany.
Laborer.

New Village. 25 Carpenter.

Camden.
Machinist..

Plainfield.
Laborer.

Kearny.
Weaver.

Trenton.
Laborer.

Paterson. 22 Laborer.

Passaic.
Laborer.

Trenton. 32 Laborer.

Newark. 30 Laborer.

Camden.
Laborer.

Sayresville. 34 Moulder.

Camden. 36 Moulder.

Camden.
Machinist

Bridgeton.
Machinist..

High Bridge.
Machinist..

High Bridge. 52 Paint mixer..

Jersey City. 21 Paint mixer..

Jersey City. 26 Machinist.

Camden 33 Laborer.

Jersey City. 21 Machinist.

Bayonne. 30 Laborer.

Camden
Wagonmaker.

Trenton. 30 Metal worker..

Newark High explosives worker.. Carneys Point. 31 Moulder..

Jersey City.. 18 Papermaker.

Camden
Watchman

Camden
Rubberworker.

Trenton
Laborer.

Trenton.
Laborer.

Trenton
Laborer.

Jersey City.
Metalworker.

Newark 50 Moulder.

Harrison.
Ironworker.

Somerville. 21 Machinist..

Harrison..
Machinist.

Camden.
Ironworker.

Weehawken.
Rigger.

Camden. 32 Laborer.

Perth Amboy. 40 Engineer

Camden. Structural ironworker. High Bridge. 34 Laborer.

Bayonne.. 18 Metalworker.

Newark 47 Oilcloth-worker.

Kearny.
Oiler.

Phillipsburg.
Millworker

Trenton. 50 Ironworker.

High Bridge.
Glassworker.

Millville.
Laborer.

Bordentown. 14 Laborer.

Harrison. 34 Paperworker.

Camden 25 Laborer.

Boonton..
Machinist.

High Bridge.
Metal worker

Chrome. 19 Machinist..

Gloucester.
Rubber worker.

Bloomfield.

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