Fit at the Fiddle

Hertfordshire Mercury, 14th September 1907


About 7 a.m. on Monday, a report was received at the police station that a man was lying seriously ill by the side of the road near the Fiddle siding , and Inspector Barnes and P.C.’s Maxson and Godson at once proceeded to the spot with a stretcher. They found that Dr Brittain had already arrived the the scene, and found the poor man was an epileptic subject. Mr Simcox, the relieving officer, was fetched, and the man was then removed to the Infirmary by Mr Walter Humphrey, who placed his trap at the disposal of the police. The unfortunate man turned out to be a seaman named Henry Mclay, of Glasgow.

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