1903 - A Serious Runaway
[Taken from The Okahoman, dated Feb. 11, 1903, pg. 2.] - Special to the Oklahoman, Lawton, O. T., Feb. 9 -- Friday morning as N. f. Shabert and J. W. Yoeman were returning from a business trip to the country, their horses became frightened and ran away upsetting the buggy and throwing both men upon the ground, severely injuring them. Mr. Shabert's arm was broken near the shoulder."
"When they had recovered they started to town, but after coming a short distance a man was found lying beside the road unable to move. He told them that their runaway horse had run into his horse and buggy, tearing up the buggy and throwing him upon the ground. They carried the wounded ma to a house near by and summoned a doctor. It was found that internal injuries were sustained which may prove fatal."
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