At an inquest in London, the details surrounding the cycling fatality of Guy George Fitzmaurice Luther, a 10-year-old boy and son of Rev. Canon Geo. M. Luther of Cahirnarry rectory, Limerick, were revealed. While attempting to turn a corner on his bicycle, young Luther fell under the wheels of a cart traveling in the same direction, sustaining injuries that led to his death within a quarter of an hour. The cause of death was determined to be a bruised frontal bone and a dislocated neck. The inquest’s verdict was accidental, and the cart driver was exonerated of any blame.
Manchester Evening News – Friday 15 August 1902