Burlington, IA Train Wreck, Nov 1898

TWO KILLED IN IOWA.

Burlington, Ia., Nov. 25. -- While passenger train No. 6, on the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern railroad was running four hours late yesterday, it struck a curve six miles north of Burlington, and the day coach left the track, rolling over twice and landing in the ditch fifty feet away. The car was full of people. The following were killed:
MRS. CATHERINE DAVIS, widow, Columbus Junction.
AMANDA HARMES, 2-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. August Harmes, Maxfield, Minn.
Severely Injured:
MISS ESTELLA BOWEN, Buckhorn, Brown county, Ill., hip fractured.
MRS. A. E. GATES, Welcome, Minn., back injured.
MARIA FULTONHAUER, Hamburg, Carver county, Minn., scalp wounds and bruises.
Slightly Injured:
MYRTLE HAYWOOD, Iowa Falls, Ia.
LIZZIE HULHAY, Kingston, Ia.
S. H. WILSON, Pleasant Grove, Ia.
LAURILLA RANSCHLER, Pueblo, Col.
GLEN GATES, boy, Welcome, Minn.
A. Y. RICHMOND, Pinkneyville, Ill.
JOHN MINISTER, Galland, Ia.
AUGUST HARMES, Maxfield, Minn.
MRS. AUGUST HARMES, Maxfield, Minn.
J. C. OLLROUGE, Maxfield, Minn.
MRS. J. C. OLLROUGE, Maxfield, Minn.
JOHN IVES, brakeman.
ANDREW VEST, Elsburg, Kan.
G. J. KIEBURTZ, Assumption, Ill.
CHAS. JOHNSON, Montrose, Ia.
W. ROBINSON, Ford River, Mich.
T. A. BREDICK, Minneapolis, Minn.
A relief train with surgeons was dispatched to the scene from this city, and after the woulded were cared for they were brought to St. Francis hospital.

The Fort Wayne News Indiana 1898-11-25