English, IN Train-Auto Wreck, Jan 1926

Four Are Killed, Four Injured at Crossing

By Associated Press.
Evansville, Ind., Jan. 30.-Adolph Parker, 35, farmer, his wife, a woman named Loan and another woman named Robinson were killed and four others were injured, two of them probably fatally late tonight when a train on the Southern railroad crossing into an automobile at a crossing at English, Ind., according to a special dispatch to the Evansville, Courrier.(sic)

Advocate, Baton Rouge, LA 31 Jan 1926

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Four Die In Crash

Four Others Hurt When Southern Freight Train Hits Auto.

[By Associated Press]
Evansville, Ind., Jan. 31.-Dolph Parker, 35, farmer, his wife, a woman by the name of Loan and another woman named Robinson were killed and four others injures two probably fatally, late last night when a Southern Railway freight train crashed into an automobile at English, Ind., according to news dispatches.

A young daughter of the Parkers and a boy by the name of Ferguson may not live. The occupants of the car were returning from a motion picture show.

Richmond Times Dispatch, Richmond, VA 1 Feb 1926