Weegee Daily… February 6, 1941… Rescued From River…

PM newspaper, periodical
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PM Daily, February 6, 1941, p.1
Rescued From River: This woman is shocked with cold. The husky cops carrying her have just hauled her from the East River and she’s on her way to the hospital…
PM Photo by Weegee

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11:15 p.m., Rescue: Police used rope and hook to rescue woman who fell from barge at pier 9, East River.
PM Photo by Weegee

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PM Daily, February 6, 1941,
4:10 p.m., Monoxide Poisoning knocked out two workmen making cheap jewelry at 315 W. 36th St. This one is being given oxygen. Both recovered, were taken to St. Vincent’s Hospital. A Chinese attempted suicide unsuccessfully and a Rumanian succeeded.
PM Photo by Weegee

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Weegee Daily, February 6, 2013
Snow Falls Into River
Approximate location of Pier 9, above a heliport, and below the Pier 11 ferry to Ikea…
Weegee Daily Photos by Ceegee

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Weegee Daily, February 6, 2013
6:12 p.m. Carbon Monoxide… Too many cars…
Almost knocked out a photographer, making cheap photos, (more cheap shots), at 315 West 36th St…

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