Cincinnati, OH Train And Trolley Collision, Aug 1905

TRAIN HITS TROLLEY CAR.

THREE PERSONS KILLED AND TEN INJURED IN CINCINNATI.

Cincinnati, Aug. 16. -- Through the mistake of negligence of some one, a fast-running through express from New York to Cincinnati on the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern, crashed into a Winton Place trolley can on the grade crossing at Mitchell Avenue, Winton Place, a suburb of this city, tonight. Three persons were killed and ten injured.
The dead:
ROBERT J. SMITH.
WILLIAM TUITINGER.
An unidentified man.
Seriously injured:
A. H. NEWTON, mail clerk.
S. P. SPAULDING, engineer, Chillicothe, Ohio, head and arms cooked by steam, probably will die.
WILBUR MAISH.
WILLIAM GALLIVAN.
According to eye-witnesses of the wreck it was due to an error of JOHN DRISCOLL, gate tender at the crossing, he having signaled the street car to cross.

San Francisco Call California 1905-08-17