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 - Mr. C. .K Brodl. of Washington,. B. C, fat In...
Mr. C. .K Brodl. of Washington,. B. C, fat In fue second rear seal, in the fatal ear, and, when the crash came. jumped to the door and out upon the ties without iujury. 1 . Eleven bodies) were afterward ttikea from the corner opposite this seat, . Rxacuwa m dead. When the work of rescue commenced, the scene was s strange one. The ten der on the side of the embankment headed' fiie train, the bssgage. Pullman and smoking cars were piled over bo'fi tracks, and the fatal, car. 338. was crushed upon the engine, and halt eov ireu wua steam ana emoEp, A man lay breathing in agony in fue midt of this burning mass, and brandy was poired dows his throat to keep Llm alivte. while many willing hands tore sway the obstructions to reach him; but when at last He was taken out, a mangled corpse waa all that was left. Mrs. George M. Snow, of Winter Hill. sai ia the forward part of the fatal ear with her son. Chester A. Snow Jive years of age, when the car truck burst throuch the floor and passed between mother and child without injuring the (fidld. The mother was afterward scalded ia the face and hand and received inter nal injuries from the collision. Conductor B. F. Benson, of Pullman car Puritan, tad a singular experience. He stood on the platform of .his car when he felt the Jar of the ears leaving the track. Bushing into the car, the final shock threw him head first direct ly through ft window upon the outward track. I His only injury consisted of nuts about the face from contact with the window. , t

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

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