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Harney, NV Four Trains Wreck, Sep 1905

FOUR TRAINS WRECKED.

San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 21. -- Two passengers were killed and 42 injured by a train wreck on the Southern Pacific near Harney, Nev.
There was a head-on collision between two freight trains. Flagmen were at once sent out, and stopped the first section of passenger train number 3, bound west, and which contained the Pullman coaches. Train number 3 was run in two sections, and before the flagman could get out and give a warming the second section crashed into the first section.
The dead are:
W. WERNER, a traveling man of San Francisco.
THOMAS MASON, Paulsburg, N.J.

The Van Wert Daily Bulletin Ohio 1905-09-21



article | by Dr. Radut