Location: Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
Surnames/tags: Keltz Louisville Kentucky
'Transcript of article from The Courier Journal (Louisville, Kentucky) 12 May 1911 p. 12'
EXPRESSMAN SAVED FROM DEATH UNDER WHEELS
Fred Keltz, an expressman, was saved from probable death yesterday morning by the prompt action of James Dolan of 1816 High Street, when Keltz' wagon was struck by a westbound Portland-avenue car at Ninth and Market Streets. Keltz was knocked from his seat on the wagon and the front wheels passed over his body.
As a rear wheel was about to pass over his neck, Dolan clutched the bridle and succeeded in bringing the horse to a stop. It is feared that Keltz was injured internally. He was removed to his home, 2123 Dumesnil Street, where he received medical attention.
'Transcript of another article from the Courier-Journal (Louisville Kentucky) 20 Jun 1911 p. 4'
-Fred Keltz sued the Louisville Railway Company for $5000 damages, alleging that through the carelessness of the company's employee he was hurled from a wagon at Eighth and Market Streets, May 11, 1911, in a collision and permanently injured.