Lincoln, NE Street Car Accidents, Jun 1910
Street Car in Two Accidents.
Two serious accidents in one trip marked a run of Motorman H. Ivey on the Twenty-fourth street line Thursday morning. Within the space of a few blocks his car, No. 460, struck and seriously injured a small boy, over whom half the car passed, and then, resuming travel, crashed into a brewery wagon, the driver of which narrowly escaped death. For the first accident at least, Ivey canno[sic] be held blame.
The victim of the catastrophe was Neal Valley, a boy of 8 years, living at 2508 Franklin street. He was struck at the intersection of Franklin and Twenty-fourth by the car, which was headed south, at 11 o'clock.
The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE 24 Jun 1910