Ottawa, ON Train Wreck, Feb 1904

WRECK WAS WORSE THAN REPORTED

LIST OF DEAD NOW NUMBERS FIFTEEN

Twenty Person Were Also Injured in Headon Collision

OTTAWA. Ont., Feb. 10.---A revised list of the dead, the result of yesterday's collision of two Soo trains near Sand Point shows that there are fifteen dead, as follows:

J. JACKSON, engineer
J. ROBINSON, express messenger
G. PRICE, fireman
WM. M'CALLAN, newsboy
JOHN TOOLE, Baggageman
I. THOMPSON, Montreal, express messenger.

Passengers.

ADOLPHUS SEGUIN, Hull.
JOS. CAHULET, Hull.
EMMA POULIET, Whitney.
JAMES HIGGINS, Ottawa.
J. CARTER, address unknown.
M. LABRUNT, address unknown.
Two Shanty men, names unknown.

Twenty persons were injured.

Reno Evening Gazette, Reno, NV 10 Feb 1904