Dec. 13, 1969. Here is the story describing how Timmie died at age 9, and the driver had minor injuries.

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 - project. * * * That tragic car-train wreck in...
project. * * * That tragic car-train wreck in Sc.)tt City a week ago tonight, which snuffed out the lives of four teenagers; is thought to have been the worst in that county's history and compounded compounded grief for two of the families involved. Killed in the wreck were Duane Daubert, 15, Melvin Ratdaff, 16; Rechard Stos, 16, and Dannie Newcomer, Newcomer, 15. Scott City News-Ohroni- cle Editor-Publisher John Boyer Boyer reports that the Newcomers' (Mr. and Mrs. Ben Newcomer) only other son, Timmie, was accidentally killed Nov. 29, 1965, at age 9 when a .22 rifle he was holding discharged. Duame's father, Eddie, died Feb. 8, 1967, alter being crushed crushed when the bed of his farm truck fell on him. Duane was the son of Mrs. Florence Daubert. Daubert. Melvin was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ratzlaff Ratzlaff and Richard was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stos. In addition to individual funeral funeral services for the four, a memorial memorial service was conducted at the Scott Community High School. Driver of the oar, 19- year-old Daniel Pickett, Garden Garden City, suffered minor injuries. injuries. in 7th, by

Clipped from Garden City Telegram13 Dec 1969, SatPage 3

Garden City Telegram (Garden City, Kansas)13 Dec 1969, SatPage 3
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  • — Dec. 13, 1969. Here is the story describing how Timmie died at age 9, and the driver had minor injuries.

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