New Haven, CT Coach Factory Boiler Explosion, Nov 1860

Affairs in New-Haven

The Late Boiler Explosion - Body Recovered - Serious Affray.

New-Haven, Saturday, Nov. 3

The boy, HENRY RICE, who was killed by the steam-boiler explosion at DANN & BROTHERS' coach factory, yesterday, was found under the ruins last night; nearly all his bones crushed. The boy JOHN KANE lives, but with no hope of his life. G. G. BALDWIN and GEORGE DE WOLF are very low. JOSEPH VAN RIPER was badly scalded, but may live. The cause of the accident was poor boiler iron. The loss of property is about $5,000.

New York Times, New York, NY 5 Nov 1860