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 - RC5 BOWS BT TIIE 3J0.VITO2. Tho Aew-Torlc...
RC5 BOWS BT TIIE 3J0.VITO2. Tho Aew-Torlc Central's Engine Seriously Injures a Man. MorsT Yrwios, Feb. 27. The combination car and engine Monitor, having ' osi board John M. Touoey of the New-York Central Railroad and other railroad ofli-clals, ran Into a horse and tvugtin at th Mount Vernon Avenue croEing of the' Her. Icra Railroad at 2-&t o'clock this afternoon. Walter Kaufman, the driver, was thrown som distance. . one of his legs was broken, and he r eel veil two severe contusions on the hiad. He was taken to tne Mount Vernon Hospital. The duotors pronounced his condition serious.- Kaufman was employer! by S. A Knapp of ll.'i c-outh Fourth Avenue. Il did not see the Monitor, which was south bound, until lt was upon him. The gattt at the crossing, it Is said, was not eloseci, as it usually im when trains gt by. The liorse Kitutman was driving was instantly kuted and trie wagon demolished Kaufman lives with bis wile. In rooms over th store -a-hcre he work&l.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 28 Feb 1896, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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