1891 Annual Reports of the Inspections of Mines of the Anthracite & Bituminous Coal Regions of Pennsylvania Library Call No. TN805.04 A29, page 197
1891May4, Frank Brennan, occupation miner, age 23, single, East Sugar Loaf No.6 colliery, Stockton, Luzerne county, James Mulhearn was also injured in this nonfatal accident; These two men wee partners, and drilled two holes, but having but one blasting barrel they fired one hole and Mulhearn soon tried to go up the manway, but finding the stife too strong, returned through cross cut to next, breast to where Brennan was on the manway and both were precipitated down the manway and seriously injured, Brennan being the worse.
This is all the information that I have on this accident.
I have not fatal accident in the PA mining accident datbase for a Frank Brennan.
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