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September 10, 1887

Serious Accident to Dr. Wetmore.

JAMA. 1887;IX(11):342. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400100022006

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—On Friday night, Sept. 2, Dr. A. Wetmore, of Waterloo, Ill., walked off the St. Louis special train en route to Washington, and received serious injuries to the head. He was found in an unconscious condition near Pennboro', W. Va., by a night watchman of the Baltimore and Ohio Railway, with a deep long wound in the head. Late dispatches state that he is now improving, and will probably be well enough in a few days to be removed to his home.

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