Fort Wayne, IN Auto And Train Collide, Aug 1933

FOUR KILLED IN AUTO HIT BY A TRAIN.

TWO OTHERS CRITICALLY HURT WHEN DRIVER FAILS TO HEED WARNING.

Fort Wayne, Ind., Aug. 19 - (AP) - Four persons were killed and two others critically injured here early today when an automobile was struck by a Wabash passenger train at a street crossing.
The dead:
JAMES R. GRAY, 39, Toledo, Ohio.
MRS. GRAY.
NETTIE BLANCHE GRAY, age 8, a daughter.
MRS. ELLA THOMAS, of Princeton, Ky.
The injured:
IZETTA GRAY, 12, daughter, fractured skull and internal injuries; will die physicians say.
MABEL MARIE GRAY, age 4, daughter, seriously injured.
The accident occurred about 3:30 a.m. The watchman at the crossing said the occupants of the car apparently failed to heed his signals and drove directly into the path of the train.

The Daily Mail Hagerstown Maryland 1933-08-19