Gothenberg, NE Rear End Train Collision, Mar 1913

FOUR ARE KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK WEST OF OMAHA

Union Pacific's "Colorado Special" Runs Into the Rear End of "Atlantic Express" This Morning.

OVER THIRTY INJURED.

Omaha, Neb., March 14 -- Union Pacific passenger train No. 12, known as the Colorado special ran into the rear of No. 4, the Atlantic express, at three o'clock this morning near Gothenberg, Neb., killing four persons and injuring thirty more, according to advices reaching here this morning.
The known dead are:
MISS EDITH HOONY, Cheyenne.
EDWIN I. OUSTERHOUT, traveling man, New York.
MR. and MRS. AUGUST MEYER, Denison, Iowa.
Injured:
O. R. ORDLES, Walker, Ia.
W. H. DICKERSON, Cheyenne.
W. H. TINNEY, Omaha.
A. R. COLVIN, Sioux Falls, S. D.
F. J. LAUGHLIN, Omaha.
ED. ROSS, Omaha.
MRS. E. E. BAGLEY, Allen, Neb.
J. G. KINCAID, Norfolk.
T. M. TORRENCE, Charles City, Ia.
GEORGE F. BROWN, Tonopah, Nev.
GENERAL SCOTT, Omaha.

Racine Journal-News Wisconsin 1913-03-14