Canaan, NH Train Wreck, Sept 1907
WITH THE INJURED.
Many of Those Taken to Hanover Able to Go to Homes.
Hanover, N. H., Sept. 16.--Twelve of the 27 persons who were taken to the Mary Hitchcock hospital here suffering from injuries received at the railroad accident at West Canaan, early yesterday, which caused the death of 25 persons, had recovered sufficiently to leave that institution for their homes. But 15 persons, still remained at the hospital. None of these was in a dangerous condition, their injuries consisting mainly of concussions, bruises and sprains.
The body of but one dead person was held at the hospital morgue, that of a boy apparently eight years of age. He had died during the night from bodily injuries and was unidentified.
Following is a revised list of the injured persons at the Margaret [sic] Hitchcock hospital at Hanover:
MRS. S. M. SAUNDERS, Nashua, N. H.. left leg and wrist injured.
WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, Hamilton, Mass., back and chest injured.
CHARLES ST. PIERRE, Isle Certe, Que., . internal injuries.
ANTHONY JACQUES, Millbury, internal injuries.
PHILIP GAGNON, Sherbrooke, Que., internal injuries.
JOHN BARRETT, Manchester, head and breast injured.
FRANK RYAN, brakeman, White River Junction, arm bruised and leg cut.
MISS JENNIE JAURON, Nashut, [sic] hip wrenched.
MISS ALVIRAH JAURON, Nashua, broken breast bone.
MRS. C. A. DEWEY, Manchester, right side injured.
MISS ROSA ROYER, Manchester bruised face.
IVO NOYES, Pomfret, Vt., head and back injured.
MISS ELLA VINTINNER, Lisbon, N. H.
clevical [sic] bone broken.
THE BABY OF WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, one of the injured, was also taken to the hospital, although uninjured.
Daily Kennebec Journal, Augusta, ME 17 Sept 1907