Handley, WV Rail Yard Collision, Aug 1910
KILLED IN A COLLISION.
FOUR DEAD AND ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED AT HANDLEY, W. VA.
Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 14. -- Four were killed and another seriously injured when an equipment train backed into a moving yard engine in the Chesapeake & Ohio yards at Handley last night, according to reports that reached here tonight.
JOHN DWYER, engineman on the yard engine.
BENJAMIN ALLMAN, assistant to foreman.
ANDREW L. H. PACK, coal miner.
REUBEN DEAN, a blacksmith.
The latter two are colored and were riding on the equipment train. Responsibility for the accident has not yet been fixed.
Nebraska State Journal Lincoln 1910-08-15