Domingo, NM Train Wreck, Jul 1923
FOUR DIE IN WRECK.
Albuquerque, N. M. -- Engineers C. C. ROBERTS and JOE BLEVINS and Firemen WALTER H. CREWS and EARL HALL, all residents of Las Vegas, N. M., are dead as the result of Santa Fe train No. 9, "The Navajo," being wrecked at Domingo, about forty miles north of Albuquerque. More than a score of passengers were injured, most of them slightly. Two engines and seven of the twelve cars in the train left the track and plunged down a thirty-foot embankment.
Fairplay Flume Colorado 1923-07-13