Harry Kemp later died from this train accident.
of So the was topic personalities social some entrance the Todd Wilmington. hns Mr. Second now and and topics The schoolhouse railroad crossing Goldsboro was the scene of another fatal accident Monday morning when the 10:30, passenger train going struck the automobile of Charles of near Sandtown, killing him and badly injuring Harry Kemp, a neighbor, also of Sandtown. Both men been in Goldsboro Monday morning and started home and failed to see the approaching train. The Ross automobile was dragged about ten feet and when the train came to n stop right front wheel of the automobile was on Ross. His skull and the right side of his face were badly crushed, right ankle broken and he only lived about ten minutes. Kemp, with both legs crushed, a badly cut bead and internal inpurics, was to the Kent General Hospital, Dover, in R. B. Rowlings' ambulance, where it is believed he will recover. He was given first aid by Dr. H. Silver, of Goldsboro. Kemp was also about 45 years old. The engineer the train was H. S. S. Gray, Samuel Elliott and the conductor J. S. Hopkins. Besides his widow, Mr. floss is survived by three children, Thomas, Julia and Mary Ross, at home; three sisters, Mrs. Herman near Cedar Grove; Mrs. Charles Travers, of Greensboro; Miss Bessie Ross, FATAL ACCIDENT BORO AT GOLDS- Goldsboro, and one brother, William Ross, of Goldsboro. The funeral was icld at his late home yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment made in Mt. Olive cemetery, on the loldsboro-Willow Grove Road.