COUNTIAN IS FATALLY HURT. Theodore P. Griffin, 28, Killed IN Blast At Lime Plant.
Theodore P. Griffin, 28, of Samples Manor, was instantly killed and Daniel Myers and William Johnson, both of Dargan, and Charles Farley of Bakerton, were injured late yesterday evening by a dynamite blast in the quarries of the Washington Building Lime Company at Bakerton, near Charles Town.
Employees said the explosion was set off prematurley by a bolt of lightening which accompanied a severe storm in that section.
On August 5, 1932, Elmer Griffin, brother of the man killed yesterday, was electrocuted at the Bakerton plant.
Besides his widow and two small children, Griffin is survived by his mother, Mrs. Sarah Griffin, Samples Manor, and a number of brothers and sisters.
The men injured in the explosion yesterday are not believed seriously hurt.
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