Fort Worth, TX Train Wreck, Aug 1906
TRAINS COLLIDE AT FORT WORTH, TEXAS
Come Together in the Yards, and Fifteen People Are Injured, Four of Them Seriously
FORT WORTH, Texas, August 13 -- Two passenger trains on the Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf Railway collided in the yard today, injuring fifteen persons. Two of them, W. O. Stevens, a banker of Bridgeport, Texas, and Brinke Poore of the same place, were seriously hurt.
Among the injured are:
W. W. Triplitt, Fort Worth, probably fatally
Mrs. J. E. Baker, Dallas.
A. G. Kerns, Dayton, O., Seriously.
Rev. A. P. Hightower, Boyd, Texas, internally.
Reno Evening Gazette, Reno, NV 13 Aug 1906