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75 Years Ago

March 6, 1941

ED PROSSER’S HAND MANGLED IN WELL MACHINE ACCIDENT

An accident last Friday while working with his brother on a well machine cost Ed Prosser the three last fingers and at least one joint if the forefinger of his left hand.

Prosser, with his brother, Fred, was drilling another irrigation well on the land, which they farm together north of town when in some way his hand became entangled in the machinery. He was taken to a Kimball hospital, where it is now thought that his thumb and part of the forefinger may be saved.

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