Fayette City, PA Train Accident, Aug 1917

LOCK FOUR MAN BADLY HURT AT FAYETTE CITY

George W. Campbell of Lock Four, who began work for the P. & L. E. railroad Wednesday morning, met with a very serious injury this morning. While shifting cars in the Fayette City yard he was knocked from the top of the one on which he was riding. He fell under the wheels and his right leg was cut off below the knee, and the heel of his left foot injured. He was given immediate medical attention by Dr. G. B. Hansel of Fayette City and later taken to the McKeesport hospital. Mr. Campbell has a wife and two children living at Lock Four.

The Charleroi Mail, Charleroi, PA 16 Aug 1917