Horine, MO Train Wreck, Aug 1922

ENGINEMEN DEAD FROM COLLISION

ST. LOUIS, Aug. 16.--An engineer and a fireman were killed today in a collision of two St. Louis-San Francisco passenger trains at Horine, Mo., thirty-five miles southwest of here.

The trains were running between St. Louis and Tennessee points and were the fastest and most up-to-date trains on the Frisco service.

About twenty persons were injured in the wreck.

Reno Evening Gazette, Reno, NV 16 Aug 1922

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FIREMAN AND AN ENGINEER ARE INJURED TODAY IN A FRISCO WRECK.

St. Louis, Aug. 16.--A fireman and an engineer were injured when two Frisco trains met in a head-on collision at Horine, Mo., near here today, according to information received at train headquarters.

Train No. 801 crashed into No. 806, the advices said.

Both engine and mail cars were derailed, the other coaches remaining on the track. No passengers were injured.

A relief train was dispatched from St. Louis.

The Chillicothe Constitution, Chillicothe, MO 16 Aug 1922