Marne, IA Train Wreck, Jun 1906

ELEVEN PERSONS ARE INJURED IN ROCK ISLAND COLLISION

Des Moines, Ia., June 14.—The Colorado flyer, westbound, and the Iowa limited, eastbound, on the Rock Island collided head on tonight through a mistake in passing orders at Marne, Ia. Eleven person were slightly injured. The name of the injured are:

Mrs. M. Donnelly, Des Moines, bruised

Miss Donnelly, Des Moines, lip cut

Mrs. G. Duffin, Des Moines, bruised

Frank Schaus, Chicago, head injured

David L. Patten, Des Moines, baggage-man, head cut

William M. Foster, porter, slight bruises

Walter H. Mason, Des Moines, slight bruises

Conductor Fox, leg injured

Engineer Schultz, Valley Junction, cheek cut and bruised

W. W. Mason, mail clerk, cut about face and back bruised

Frank McRaven, dining car waiter, cut about head.

Omaha World Herald, Omaha, NE 15 Jun 1906