Clipped From Portsmouth Daily Times
Â· Frank Willard Piiwon, .42, mar-.!-'. rM, a resident of /RÂ»seV'strÂ«j t .' SclotovillÂ«, .Â»Â»d employed vÂ«s, a N. ; . j. W. brÂ»kemÂ«n, wa* killed almost '. instant!}- Friday Vmornine' about ; 3 o'clock when he: stÂ«p|td from onev car on the. Hump -Into the 'path of 1 another car. s .;.'Â·Â·.-'Â·Â·',Â· Â· '-''..'Â· '...-.'.Â·Â·Â·." ." ' jjoth of : Ftnson's lÂ«s ; ; were broken nttf- the knee, his M t arm -Â·= , ra s hrokent and;.. the.' ; hand badly Â·' nushc'il. . He V was ;' disemboweled. Â·:. . ]j(i wa* dead , before r I^nn and j^rMTOJUi's atflbulauoe :anivrd : on Â· the soene. : . . : " Â· - ' :.Â·Â·',. 'Â· Â·Â·Â·'-' . - . ' . . Â· " " According!! to 'fellow 'Â·workmen; \yho the accident," - had been woriing on the'Hump, . and.-^as; he slipped from one: car ~ he alighted directly directly in the pith-ofianother car coming coming west on tbefHump. --Pinson : wns caught between the two cars and his Me crushed : out. Â· . , . , , ; ' Â· Fellow Fellow workmen- rushed to Pinson's Â«id and called' Lynn p and Freeman's ambulance.- ' '.' ' '---- Â· ' - Â· ' - " . ' " ' ' Coroner Virgil I Fowler:. -was called d alter examininff the body 'it was Seven Gliildi-eii removed to' the. Lynn-Freeman morgue. He' is investigating' nil'- phases' of the fatality.,'. . - . . - ... -.' Â· " : - Â· , ".-.-'.'.. ".-.-'.'.. .I'inson was born in Wayne,'W.-! .Vaii' bufjins lived' in this city, virtually 'nil Ms life. ! He had been employed by X;- -AY. for IS "years; a n d ; known ' i n railrond 'circles;:; 'circles;:; He leaves a-host o f - f r i e n d s in Sciotoville,. he was best -known.'. ";''Â· . " . V : = = He 'is survived by..his" wife,: JMrs'. Mary Pihson, ami seven'children, Earl- cna, Frank,-Jr.,--IIelen,- Marcella, 1-ImV- nnh Lee, Betty and Janice, lit nil hoine. One son. by a jformer miimiigo, Jennings Jennings I'inson, is a cornoraUn the Seventeenth infantry, DÂ« Moines, lovai." He also leaves..-three/brothers, Shin and William; oE Ceredo, W. .Ya.; and. Sciotoville, iifid two sisters, .Mrs. Flor-' enco Trent and Mrs. "Hose-Bnrnett, Greenup county, Kentucky. , - ' : At, the division offices of the N. ~\V. it '.was .stated, thiit' a complete vestigation-oÂ£ the accident is already .underway. It was stated that I'inson, who .was well- known?in Portsmouth, hail been, a . f a i t h f u l -nnd employe. ~ . . - Â· / - . . .