Kansas City, MO Tornado, May 1909 - Clerk Struck by Brick
WIND BROUGHT DEATH TO HIM.
A Clerk Struck by a Brick From a West Bottoms Building.
One death has resulted from the storm late yesterday afternoon. Henry Shock, order clerk for the Carr Manufacturing company at 1324 West Eleventh street, was struck by several bricks that were blown from the Rhodes Implement company’s building at 1308 West Eleventh street. He died of a fractured skull at the German hospital. Shock was 22 years old. He lived with his parents at 321 Ann avenue, Kansas City, Kas.
The Kansas City Times, Kansas City, MO 15 May 1909