DISC CUTS BOY OPEN, WALKS TO HOME MILE AWAY
After receiving a deep cut extending halfway around his body from a disc, Martin Knoll, 13-year-old son of Henry Knoll, a farmer living northwest of St. Anthony, walked to his home nearly a mile away.
A four-horse team which he was driving ran away and the disc passed over the boy's body. A long cut extending around his abdomen was so deep that the boy's ribs, heart and lungs, were clearly visible. No bones were broken and no large arteries were cut.
The boy was taken from his home to the Deaconness hospital in Mandan. He remained conscious through the entire accident and during the trip to the hospital.
Bismarck Tribune, 9/3/1920