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HIT BY HANDLE. LITTLE SWANSEA GIRL'S INJURIES. 'J" 1 The circumstances surrounding the death i ef Ruby Chalk, of 59, Strand, Swansea, were investigated at Swansea on Tuesday by the Deputy Ho:'ough Coroner. Dr. l hoinas said deceased was admitted from a iractuied skull on January 8th. She died as » result, and from i.sphyxia <1$ a secondary cause, on Sunday. "A a lter Chalk, coal-trimmer, oi 59, Strand, identified the bodv as that of his daughter. She was four years of age, and on Saturday last was left in the house in charge of eider children, whilst- witness and his wife vent out. By some means the child slipped out of the house, and went- to the docks, where an accident occurred to her. She w-is removed toO the Hospital, where wit- ness remained till her death. i' A young jad. named Percy Nicholls Chalk, said it was he who was left- in charge of deceased, t-ogether with his sister. He was I old that his sister had sustained an acci- dent. and going to the scene, discovered I the, handle of a coal tub lying on her chest. She Wči -> then bleeding1 sketch of the tub was iieic produced by fChief Inspector Martin. --vh« appeared on bf half of tho H.W.R. j j Wm. W'lliaiiis. 5. Lingdon-place, a lore- [ man with Messrs. Powiesland and Mason, said it would be easy to release the catch of ithe handle of the tub. [ In answer to Uw coroner, witnpss said it [was hardly possible to rind a. place, more suitable for these tubs, since the children got to them wherever they were put. The Coroner said there was no evidence to show that anyone was to blame, and the jury brought. in a verdict of "Accidental death, according tn medical evidence," and added a rider +o the effect that those who used the coal buckets should see that the handles were left down when not in use.

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