Flint, OH Train Wreck, Oct 1902
Brooklyn Man Hurt in Train Wreck
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 20.---The Bi-Four Twentieth Century flier was wrecked at Flint, twenty miles north of this city on the Cleveland Division, about noon, by running into an open switch, and the entire train left the track except the last two coaches. The train runs from New York to St. Louis, and makes few stops. Engineer Ryder of Cleveland was fatally injured. The slightly injured from cuts and bruises were Will Burns, Brooklyn, N. Y., agent for the Empire Theatre, and Harry Minton, Fair Haven, N. J.
The New York Times, New York, NY 21 Oct 1902