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 - ef car C38 were injured. These were the C rex...
ef car C38 were injured. These were the C rex an, who was instantly killed anl buried tinier the engine; the en glaeor, who jumped and was only s'ijhtly hurt, ani the Pullman car conductor, B. r. Benson, who bad the side of hi face cut and his riV-t riV-t riV-t arm nearly eu ct ly t-z; t-z; t-z; thrown throu;i a window of lis car. The three rear passenscr toadies did not 1-ave 1-ave 1-ave the track, and the occupmts receive! no worse injury that ft alight sLukinj up. tht irtJI er DEATH. Cr 236 via the princ?j)l scene c dt?ath and sony, and the experievs of the unlucy occupants were probably never excecioi in horror and suffering , ia szz r.::--il r.::--il r.::--il r.::--il wr;:! cf recent j. :s.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 20 Aug 1890, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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