Levis, QB Excursion Trains Collide, July 1895

The following is a list of the dead and wounded.
The dead are:
CHARLES BEDART, mail clerk, Richmond.
MISS BEDART, Richmond.
HECTOR McLEOD, engineer, Richmond.
RICHARD L. PERKINS, fireman, Richmond.
REV. J. T. MERCIER, Richmond.
REV. F. P. DINGAN, Windsor Mills.
MR. COGAN, Richmond.
MISS VALIN, St. Joseph de Levis.
MISS PHANEUF, St. Joseph de Levis.
MRS. J. B. CAYER, Danville.
MISS DELVCOURT, Sheffield.
An unknown aunt of Miss Valin, St. Joseph de Levis.
JOHN O'FARRELL, Capleton.
The injured are:
JOHN CADIEUS, Canville.
J. B. CAYER, Danville.
SERAPHINE CAYER, Danville.
JOSEPH CAYER, Danville.
LOUISE CAYER, Danville.
VIRGINIA SILVESTERE, Hamilton.
MR. FRANCIS FONTAINE, Broughton.
LOUIS GAUDET, Arthabarkerville.
PATRICK McHUGH, Capleton.
PIERRE ALLARD, Richmond.
ANTONIA BARIL, Arthabarkeaville.
HERCULES DESCOTEAUX, wife and son, Danville.
REV. F. DERROSIERE, Broughton, leg and arm broken.
J. QUINLAN, Montreal, badly hurt.
CYRILLIE REMILARD, Sherbrooke, slightly wounded.
DELINA GOSSELIN, Sherbrooke, slightly wounded.
MR. and MRS. HAMEL, Danville, the former injuries to right leg and the latter head and internal injuries.
MRS. LOUIS MORIN and OLIVINE MORIN, Windsor, face and internal injuries.
MRS. FRANK CAKER, Danville, and 6-year-old daughter, head wounds.
MRS. ZEPHRIN LAMELIN, Windsor.
LAZARE GODBOUT, Windsor Mills.
JOSEPH RICHARD, Brompton Falls.
CLEOPHAS CHAREST, Coaticooke.
BENNETT BASSLER, Pullman car porter of Toronto.
The reason why the second section did not observe the danger signal will probably never be known, as both the engineer and fireman were killed. It is believed that the engineer, MR. McLEOD had fallen asleep at his post.

Evening Bulletin Maysville Kentucky 1895-07-10