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Albany, NY Train Collision, Sept 1858

Serious Accident at Albany.
ALBANY, Thursday, Sept. 2.

As the train on the Western Road was coming in crowded with passengers last night, a freight train on the Central Road was backed down at the crossing, and ran into the last car of the passenger train, upsetting it. The following persons were injured:
EDGAR LOBDELL, probably fatally.
MRS. F. S. AYRES, shoulder dislocated.
MOSES CRAVER, arm broken, and injured internally.
CAPTAIN WASHBURN, badly cut over the face and head.
MRS. C. POWELL, badly cut over the face and head.
All the foregoing were from West Troy.

Milwaukee Daily Sentinel Wisconsin 1858-09-03



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