On Tuesday 19th December 1916, at 4.15 p.m., William Usborne, a malt maker of Newpath, Bishop’s Stortford was knocked down by a pony and trap, which was driven and owned by Arthur Pryor of Great Hallingbury. P.C. Megaughy happened to be passing along South Street at the time of the accident. He noticed that Mr Usborne was badly cut on his face so he rendered first aid to him. Then he called the ambulance from the Fire Station to convey him to hospital. Action recorded by J. Megaughy P.C.24.
Man injured by pony and trap
(unknown, December 1916)
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