In Floyd County history: The problem with frolicking dogs

This story appeared in the Monday, May 18, 1914, Charles City Intelligencer. SEVERELY INJURED BY FROLICKING DOGS MRS JACKSON WOOD IS THROWN TO PAVEMENT SATURDAY Mrs. Jackson Wood, a well-known resident of west Kelly Street, met with a very serious accident last Saturday afternoon while downtown shopping. The lady, who is well-along in years, was passing in front of the Burns grocery when she was run into and thrown to the pavement by several dogs at play on the sidewalk, with the result that she sustained a broken hip, a fractured left wrist, a number of body bruises and contusions … Continue reading In Floyd County history: The problem with frolicking dogs