AGED ADMINISTRATOR'S HEALTH DECLINES
SANITARIUM MORALE LOW
ORDERLY'S HEALTH MAINTAINS
NEW BABBAGE, NB — It has been reported to the Free Press that Murgam Asylum Administrator Dr T Solson's condition has steadily declined, since being shot in the shoulder on Saturday afternoon.
Solson, aged 62, is currently unable to rise from bed of his own accord, and has become repeatedly, though occasionally, confused, according to those tending to his care.
He was struck by a bullet on Saturday 5 January, by one Mr H Cortmon. His condition shortly after the shooting was considered serious, though not life threatening, and expected to improve.
The news has come as a blow to sanitarium morale, already low since the shooting. 'We lost two patients in that horror, Dr Solson and Mr Arnold were shot, now this.' stated an employee, who wished to remain nameless.
The condition of Mr Arnold, the feline orderly also injured in the incident at Murgam Asylum in south Wheatstone, is unchanged.