Huron, OH Interurban Trains Collide, Sep 1915

50 ARE INJURED IN OHIO TRACTION CRASH.

TWO INTERURBAN TRAINS COLLIDE ON SIDING NEAR SANDUSKY, BUT NO ONE IS KILLED -- VICTIMS PROCEED FOLLOWING TREATMENT.

Sandusky, O., Sept. 5. -- From forty to fifty persons were injured today when two interurban trains collided on the Lake Shore Electric road. An eastbound limited crashed into a westbound local at Sage's Siding near Huron. There were no fatalities.
Many of those injured proceeded on their way after receiving attention following the arrival of relief trains.
The limited cars were loaded with excursionists bound for Cleveland. The local had discharged the most of its passengers at Linwood Park, five miles east of the scene of the wreck.
M. M. BARNES and CHARLES ARNOLD, motormen of the two trains, were so badly injured that recovery is doubtful.
Others seriously but not fatally injured who are in a hospital here, include:
MISS ROSE WHIPPLE, Toledo.
ANDREW NIKOLA, 53 years old, Toledo.
ANDREW ORSE, 8 years old, nephew of NIKOLA.
ANDREW ROSSOL, 23 years old, Detroit.
F. J. MANDELZORN, 65 years old, Buffalo, N.Y., back badly sprained and ankle fractured, cut about head.
D. D. WHITE, bank cashier of Castalia, O.

The Indianapolis Stat Indiana 1915-09-06