Carpathia's Capt. All Worn Out

Worcester Evening Gazette

New York, April 19- Capt. A.H.Rostron of the Carpathia, who was in a state of great exhaustion last night when the steamer arrived here, is fast recovering today and will soon be able to give a detailed account of the rescue of the passengers of the Titanic. When asked for a statement, Capt. Rostron said:

"I am all done up and cannot say a word. I should like very much to do so, but orders to me and the rest of the ships company make any statement from me absolutely impossible at this time. The statement will come later."

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Arthur Henry Rostron

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Carpathia

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