|Detroit Free Press, June 28, 1914|
Fortunately, Freddie survived the ordeal, having been saved by rescuers, and was taken in by Dostel's brother, a Mr. Emde, who promised to raise the boy as his own. The charity of Detroit's residents was also on display as flocks of concerned citizens visited the boy at St. Mary's hospital and one kind fellow, Frank J. Blake, took Freddie on a two hour automobile ride.
|Detroit Free Press, June 27, 1914|
|Detroit Free Press, June 27, 1914(enlarge)|