Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at 12:31 pm (Updated: December 29, 3:52 pm)
50 YEARS AGO
December 22, 1960
Mrs. Carl Willard was seriously injured at her home on North Main when a coal stove exploded.
Mr. Willard and their son, Carl Willard Jr., were at the barn milking when the accident occurred.
According to reports, Mrs. Willard had lighted the stove, which had been formerly used as a laundry stove but was used as a heating stove and had new connections. It was believed that water had collected in some parts of the connections, causing the explosion.
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