Dresden, OH Train Wreck, Dec 1912

ELEVEN MEET DEATH IN WRECK NEAR DRESDEN ON C.A. & C. LAST NIGHT.

PASSENGER TRAIN STOPPED WHEN AIR PIPES BRAKE AND TRAIN FOLLOWING CRASHED INTO IT, TELESCOPING THE HIND COACH.

THREE OF INJURED DIE IN ZANESVILLE HOSPITAL.

FATHER, DAUGHTER AND LATTER'S TWO CHILDREN AMONG THE DEAD, SEVEN OF WHOM WERE FROM ZANESVILLE -- PASSENGERS ON SECOND TRAIN STATE IT WAS ONLY RUNNING THREE MINUTES BEHIND FIRST ONE.

Zanesville, Dec. 4. -- Eleven persons are dead as the result of a wreck on the Pennsylvania railroad, near Dresden, last night, and four others are seriously injured. The breaking of an air pipe, which automatically applied the air brakes, was the cause of the collision between the wrecked train, a passenger train on the Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley route, and a Cleveland, Akron & Columbus division passenger train, which followed it on the single track between Trinway and Zanesville. The latter train broke down and a flagman was sent back to flag the C. & M. V. train, which was too close, however, to prevent the collision, and its engine crashed through the rear coach of the C. A. & C. train.
The dead and injured were all in the rear coach and several escaped by jumping. Many of those injured were victims of the scalding steam from the colliding engine.
The dead are:
MRS. B. A. EMERSON, aged 32, of Zanesville.
JACOB BURGER, father of Mrs. Emerson, of Zanesville.
MRS. EMERSON'S son, aged 2.
MRS. EMERSON'S daughter, aged 3.
MAX HARRIS, Lodi.
HENRY BARTLES, aged 30, Akron.
HENRY BALBIAN, Cleveland, manager of Dresden branch of the Cleveland woolen mills.
MRS. MARY TAYLOR, Zanesville.
L. H. BLANEY, Zanesville, C. & I. brakeman.
WILBUR LUDWIG, Zanesville.
HENRY E. HASKELL, Zanesville, O.
The injured:
JAMES BRYANT, 45, Lancaster; engineer; severe cuts and scalded; is not expected to live.
FRANK SAUP, aged 32, Lancaster; Express messenger; cut and bruised.
GUY ALTROCK, aged 20, Bremen; both hands badly scalded.
GEORGE EINSEL, aged 45, Killbuck; Railway mail clerk; face cut and badly scalded.
JACOB BURGER, WILBUR LUDWIG and MARY TAYLOR were taken from the wreck to the Good Samaritan Hospital at Zanesville this morning, where it soon became apparent that their recovery was impossible. They died in that institution between 3:45 and 5 o'clock this morning.

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