Indianola, NE Trains Collide, May 1911
EIGHT KILLED IN COLLISION ON BURLINGTON.
WEST BOUND FLYER AND EAST BOUND LOCAL COME TOGETHER NEAR INDIANOLA, NEBRASKA.
By United Press.
Omaha, Neb., May 29. -- Last reports from the wreck at Indianola, Neb., indicate that President JAMES McGILL, Pitcher E. W. KINSELLA and Second Baseman SAM LLOYD of the Denver club, and BERT KEELEY, of the Omaha team, were injured. The extent of the injuries are not known.
Iowa Evening Press.
Indianola, Neb., May 29. -- At least eight persons were killed in a head on collision between Burlington passenger trains numbers nine and twelve two miles west of here this morning. The engineers on both trains were killed.
It is impossible to tell how many of the passengers have been killed. Many havev been badly injured, some of them fatally.
Train No. 12, east bound local, was ordered to switch at Red Willow west of here. The orders were ignored and just as No. 12 began to slow down to switch for the west bound flyer the collision occurred.
The Omaha and Denver baseball clubs were both on the west bound train.
Several players were injured.
The list of dead as given out by the Burlington:
C. A. HILSABECK, passenger, Holdredge, Neb.
ROBERT SHEPHERD, traveling salesman, Holdredge, Neb.
Engineer JOHN H. HYDER of No. 12 of Lincoln.
Fireman W. J. DAMERON of No. 12 of Lincoln.
Engineer W. T. LEAHY of Lincoln, Neb.
Fireman A. J. OLESON, Lincoln.
Express Messenger FRAZIER, Lincoln.
Express Messenger FREER, Omaha.
Fireman T. H. BOWERS.
JAMES McGILL, 4463 Cherokee street, Denver, president Denver Western League team.
W. H. HARRIS, JR., Man, Neb.
B. KEELEY, Omaha, pitcher Omaha Western League team.
ROBT. M. ANDERSON, Washington, D. C.
W. R. DEAN, Minden, Neb.
M. H. PEKIN, Havelock, Neb.
C. CARPEL, Perry, Neb.
J. D. WILSON, Tobias, Neb.
H. B. SNIPEN, Adena, Colo.
SAMUEL DAVIS, Williamsburg, Colo.
IRVING STEFF, Pontiac, Mich.
W. W. MARK, Omaha.
L. O. NOBEL, Oxford, Neb.
E. W. KINSELLA, pitcher, Denver baseball team.
M. H. FEEKIN, Havelock, Neb.
O. H. ANDERSON, mail clerk, Lincoln, Neb.
H. H. CULBERTSON, Brimfield, Ill.
MAGGIE SENTENCE, McCook, Neb.
E. GORSE, Denver, Colo.
E. B. KENT, cream car passenger, Lincoln.
A. G. HIGBEE, McCook, Neb.
P. A. IRVINS, Omaha.
F. J. GATELY, Gretna, Neb.
GRACE DEAN, Minden.
Brakeman DAVE BURNETT, McCook, Neb.
MR. and MRS. X. X. FEEKIN, McCook, Neb.
SAM LLOYD, second baseman, Omaha baseball team.
Des Moines Daily News Iowa 1911-05-29