Menlo Park, NJ Train Wreck, Oct 1902


A despatch (sic) from New York just before going to press said that MRS. CLARK FISHER would probably die.

The Trenton Times, Trenton, NJ 8 Oct 1902


All Doing Well Except MRS. FISHER, Whose Exact Condition Has Not Been Determined.

MRS. CLARK FISHER, who was seriously injured in the wreck on the Pennsylvania road yesterday is resting comfortably in the Presbyterian Hospital, New York, today.

She is suffering mostly from shock. A thorough examination has not been made yet and her exact condition cannot be determined until such has been done.

CLARK FISHER, MRS. FRANCIS C. LOWTHORP, MISS EMMA DARRAH, JOSEPH WILLETS and MRS. T. B. WRENN, all of this city, and who besides MRS. CLARK FISHER were injured in the wreck are in no danger. Their injuries are bruises and strains. Most of the women are more or less ill today because of shock.

The Trenton Times, Trenton, NJ 9 Oct 1902


MRS. FISHER Out of Danger.

The condition of MRS. CLARK FISHER, who was injured Wednesday in the railroad wreck at Menlo Park, is so much improved that she has been reported by her physicians as out of danger.

The Trenton Times, Trenton, NJ 11 Oct 1902