1910 Sept 15 Horace Holloway

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1910 Sept 15 Horace Holloway - On' fcaty Passenger Blew Up ^fVhile Running-35...
On' fcaty Passenger Blew Up ^fVhile Running-35 Miles an Hour Associated Press. CoffeyviUe, Kan., Sept. 15. —Run- the engine of a Missouri,' Kansas & Texas^passenger train which left here at .1'45 this morning for Kansas City blew up near here killing Horace Holloway, the engineer and fatally injuring Fireman L. E. Goodrich. - None,of the passengers and no other other 'member of the crew yere injured. Some of the passengers were asleep in their berths and were not even" awakened by the accident. The baggage and mail cars were derailed.but not damaged. None of Uje passenger, coaches toft~the tracks 'The mangled body of the engineer • was found, in a pasture 20D yards from the tracks. Fireman Goodrich, Who was unconscious, was found near i the train. ~ The engineer and fireman lived at Parsons. The railroad officials are unable to account for the accident.

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  1. Muskogee Times-Democrat,
  2. 15 Sep 1910, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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