Dehart, MT Passenger Train Wreck, Oct 1900

SEVEN KILLED.

AND SEVERAL MORE INJURED IN A NORTHERN PACIFIC WRECK.

By Associated Press.
Helena, Mont., Oct. 29. -- Northern Pacific train No. 4, east bound, was partially wrecked at Dehart, Mont., eight miles from Big Timber, last midnight, by breaking a switch rod. Seven passengers were killed and several injured.
The dead are:
W. C. REINFENRATH.
DR. LESTER PENDELTON.
ED EASTMAN.
DR. C. C. HARTHORN.
MISS M. S. TRACY.
Two unknown women.
The injured are:
WALTER NELSON.
MISS LUCY CARPENTER.
MRS. JACOB HUGH.
MISS MARIA S. TRACY, sister of MISS M. S. TRACY.
M. J. SWEENEY.
ERIC PENDELTON.
ED GRAY.
M. A. DEDRICK.
GEO. HUBBARD.
A dozen or so others.
The first three cars were derailed and thrown on their side. The casualties were all among the passengers in the day coach, the remainder of the train not leaving the track.

Marietta Daily Leader Ohio 1900-10-30