Emanuel Hahn - Accident & Death

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Emanuel Hahn - Accident & Death - FLOREMCE TRAGEDY at Particulars of Boiler...
FLOREMCE TRAGEDY at Particulars of Boiler Exploelon Florence. Yesterday the Traveler's Asbo elated Press report told of a boilers explosion between Florence and Burns In which Engineer W. E. Moody and Emanuel Hahn lost their lives. The following particulars are learned today. The engine was 416 and was attached to a stock extra enroute to Arkansas City. The ex plosion occured without an Instant warnlDg. The entire engine was wrecked and scraps of iron, torn by the fxploslon were found several hundred feet from the track. The track was torn up for about one hundred feet and some of the cars were ditched. No cause hap yet been assigned for the explosion T'ho trnn twrma it nnln.j' of a titrrti vatm - " I of speed when the explosion took i ' place. The brakemen were bruised but not seriously hurt. Both Moody and Hahn lived at Emporia but were quite well known in Arkaneae City, having run Into this place many times. Engineer Mood; was alive when found aod was started to the com pany hospital at Topeka, but died before the train reached Emporia. The fireman was found und-ra und-ra und-ra stock car which had been blown off the right of wny. Ills cap and pirts of his cl Jthiru wj-re wj-re wj-re (ound four hundred hundred feet from tbe tcene. i

Clipped from Arkansas City Daily Traveler14 Apr 1904, ThuPage 5

Arkansas City Daily Traveler (Arkansas City, Kansas)14 Apr 1904, ThuPage 5
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