Flint, MI train wreck, Jun 1905

11 HURT IN TRAIN WRECK.

Coaches of Flier Bound for Chicago Ditched in Michigan.

FLINT, Mich., June 8. - A fast through train on the Grand Trunk Railroad bound for Chicago from the East was wrecked this afternoon about ten miles east of here near Davison by spreading rails, three coaches being ditched.

Mrs. Cora Waltrous of Roxbury, Mass., was, it is thought, fatally injured and ten others were less seriously hurt. They included A. M. Spaulding, Rumney, N.H.; Mrs. Jennie Cook, Roxbury, Mass.; Arthur A. Holmes, Middleborough, Mass.; Michael McMullin, ex-police officer, of Boston, Mass.; Mrs. J. L. Christie, West Newton, Mass., and N. Hamshin, tourist agent, of Boston.

The New York Times, New York, MY 9 Jun 1905