Asheville Citizen- July 5, 1894

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Asheville Citizen- July 5, 1894 - Mil- mov- STHllK IIV THI! TKAIN. William L....
Mil- mov- STHllK IIV THI! TKAIN. William L. uasli Badly Hurt at ;ut1uei'ri CroHNluir. Wm. L. Gash, who lives near Gud- Gud- ger's ford on the Swannanoa river, was struck by the west bound train Tuesday while attempting to cross the railroad track. He had started to Cooper's station with his wagon and team and had nearly-crossed nearly-crossed the track when the engine struck the wagon.. The tract beyond this point is obscured bv a hill and the train was not seen until within a few feet of him. His head was liadly cut, two ribs broken and he was otherwise seriously injured. Mr. Gash was brought to Ash vine on the train Tuesday and taken to the Glen Kock hotel, where his injuries were treated by Dr. W. 1. Ililliard, after which he was sent back to his home by special engine. As the latest account the iniurcri man was doing well. of lie a

Clipped from Asheville Citizen-Times05 Jul 1894, ThuPage 1

Asheville Citizen-Times (Asheville, North Carolina)05 Jul 1894, ThuPage 1
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