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 - ARIEL JUMPS THE TRACK READING OFFICIALS INJURED...
ARIEL JUMPS THE TRACK READING OFFICIALS INJURED Reading, Aug. 26. While going forty miles an hour the Reading Railway Railway Company's private engine, "Ariel," jumped the rails near Coates - ville on the Wilmington & Northern Railroad at noon to - day and was wrecked. General Superintendent C. A. Garrett and Superintendent James E. Turk, of the Reading and Columbia Columbia division, were on board and slight, ly injured. Information ( received here this afternoon is that Engineer John H. Bradford and Fireman George W. jEocktassel were badly scalded. . - .. .

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph26 Aug 1902, TuePage 1

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)26 Aug 1902, TuePage 1
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