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 - di- The forward ears were forced over a poo the...
di- The forward ears were forced over a poo the outward bound trade, com pletely Mocking traffic, and np to 8:4 p. m. to train had passed the wreck In either direction, all being sent via the Granite branch, between Atlantio and Eraintree, while shuttle trains plied be tween the scene of the wreJc sod At lantis as fast A other trains arrived. Only three persons on the train ahead 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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