Portland, OR Bridge Collapse, July 1903
BRIDGE BREAKS AND 100 PEOPLE FALL INTO A RIVER.
Portland, Ore., July 31. -- A section of the bridge which spans the Williamette River at Morrison Street, collapsed shortly after 3 o'clock this afternoon, precipitating more than one hundred people forty feet into the water. Two people are known to have been drowned and it is feared that the list of dead will be much larger when all are accounted for. Five persons are missing.
MISS LOTTIE E. CAMERON, aged 16, Tenth and Gilsan Streets.
EDWARD SHANK, aged 13, 542 Second Street.
A. JOHNSON, Piedmont.
MRS. G. H. RICHARDSON.
MRS. J. W. HICKMAN.
EVA LUCAS, Prosser, Ore., face bruised.
GEORGE BEEDE, legs and head bruised.
CLARENCE WELLS, son of J. W. Wells, back broken.
MRS. W. H. CALVAN.
MRS. W. ANDERSON, badly bruised.
MRS. ELLA ROYCE.
MRS. M. BELL, seriously injured.
MRS. R. L. McCUMSET, side badly hurt.
R. L. McCUMSEY.
MRS. EUGENE RAYMOND.
MISS VERLIA TRIBOU.
MRS. MARY TRIBOU.
MRS. E. J. STANARD.
AMOS NININGER, Ashland.
C. R. ELLIOTT, arms and legs fractured.
CARL MINTIE, broken arm; otherwise badly bruised and injured.
CLIFFORD and HARRY MOORE, sons of Dr. Moore.
MRS. FRANK GILDAY and two children.
MRS. R. BEHRENS.
MRS. C. F. HELDART and two daughters.
MINNIE GALLOWAY, 13 years old, hurt in back.
CARL WELLS, leg and back crushed.
MRS. SWINGLETON and six-year-old daughter, severe bruises.
MRS. GEORGE BUCHS, back painfully injured.
MRS. T. C. HUMPHREY.
N. M. D. ROSE.
MRS. J. H. LITTLEJOHN.
MRS. A. M. WORREL.
MRS. L. L. ROSS.
V. C. GIDDEN, badly bruised.
MISS. F. BEGUE.
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