Hardwick, VT Train Crashes, Apr 1907

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TRAIN PLUNGES DOWN 40-FOOT EMBANKMENT.

ONE PERSON KILLED AND FIFTEEN INJURED IN VERMONT WRECK.

Hardwick, Vt., April 10 -- One person was killed and fifteen injured when the passenger train on the St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain railroad left the rails and plunged down a forty-foot embankment two miles east of here today.

Daily Review Massillon Ohio 1907-04-10

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DEATH IN A VERMONT TRAIN WRECK.

Hardwick, Vt., April 11. -- W. S. BALLEY of East Hardwick was killed and nine persons were more or less seriously injured when a train left the rails near the East Harwick station.
A passenger coach turned completely over, going down a 40-foot embankment and resting with one end on the edge of the Lamoille River.
A spreading rail caused the derailment.

Newport Mercury Rhode Island 1907-04-13