Mauch Chunk, PA (near) Train Wrecked, Feb 1872

Five dead bodies were stretched on the snow, each being soaking in blood that was flowing from open gashes and horrible bruises. A wild, indescribable picture was presented. Additional names of persons injured, of whom four whose names were not reported have since died, are as follows:
J. H. MELLON, Towanda.
JOHN LALLEY, Pittston.
MRS. MONTAGUE, Brooklyn.
LUTHER WOODWARD, Wilkesbarre.
KATE NEARCAST, Mahanoy City.
JANE KILPATRICK, York.
MR. H. REVEL, Philadelphia.
J. YONKER, brakeman, Philadelphia.
ABEL KELSEY, Hickory Run.
CHARLES TIMMONS, Engineer, Pittston.
P. H. GILLICK, Hickory Run.
AARON WHITAKER, White Haven.
NOAH C. MITLEMAN, Bethlehem.
SEIGFREID, Conductor, Easton.
The following is a list of the wounded:
Hon. E. L. DANA, sheriff of White Haven.
MISS WOXY, nose broken, of Wilkesbarre, Pa.
GEO. BRADER, of White Haven.
A man named WOLFE, of White Haven.
JNO. COX, of Bethlehem.
Conductor S. E. EIGFRED.
A brakeman, name unknown.
MISS TRACY.
MISS BRAKES.
WOLFE.
JNO. COX are seriously injured.

Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel Indiana 1872-02-02

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