David Kreiser death - part 2 of 2 - 27 Oct 1919
David Kreiser Met Death on Tracks of Reading Railway (Continued from page .1.) ten to his feet again -to 'proceed on his way, when the stone train, go- Ing east, drawn by Locomotive No. 1009, ran him down. Tre train waa stopped at once and th e crow picked up tb e mangled remains, and took them to the local station, Alderman A. M. Snyde-r telephoned for the good Samaritan Ambulance which arrived at fh e station In good time and took tho injured man to th e hospital where ho died at 6:50 o'clock. One lop was aevored from tho body and the other leg "was bad. ly lacerated. One arm was 'broken, and there wa« also a deep gaeh in the man'c head. • Kreleer was aged about 74 years and was engaged a long time in th« junk peddling game. He leavew his wife and the following children Mitt. Ldzzl e Aucher Mrs. Charlotte Mease, Hoea, wife of Oscar Beard; Mrs. Harry Greening' er, and Annio, of Philadelphia.