Warrin-NYT-Killed on Elevated-George-4-15-1905
KILLED ON THE ELEVATED. George Warrin, Jr., Rolled In Front of Sixth 'Avenue Train, i t Goo r bc Warrin, Jr.. of the firm of George Warrin & Sons, china decorators of 40 Wooster Street.; was killed by a SJxth Avenue elevated train yesterday morning. Traffic was blocked on the line for a quarter of an hour. The six-car train was crowded, and there were many people on the platform who witnessed his death. Mr. Warrin reached the downtown station at Grand Street about lO o'clock. He bought his ticket, put It In the box, walked in a perfectly natural way to the'aouth end of the platform and stood there until a train was pulling in. When the motor car was almost abreast of him he was seen to plunge to the track before it.- He rolled over once or: twice, according to spectators,! and then, seeming to recover control of himself, deliberately placed his head on the outer rail; Employes at. the Warrin store aald that Mr. Warrin had-Ween troubled with heart disease. They think that he may have been stricken just as the train pulled In. Mr. Warrin was thirty-seven years old. He lived with his wife and four children at 478 Marlon Street. Brooklyn, i A fifth child. Ruth, died a month or so ago and he was deeply grieved by her loss.