From the Richmond Examiner, 5/21/1863

FALL OF A WALL AND SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED. – A portion of the walls left standing since the burning of the Crenshaw Woolen Mills and Tredegar shops, fell down yesterday morning, while a number of workmen were employed underneath it removing the iron and rubbish, and several of them were quite severely injured, by being struck by the falling mass of bricks. One of the workmen had his collar bone broken, and one or two received contusion of limbs, &c.

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