Blue Cut, UT Train Wreck, Dec 1910


eight injured --- one may die

An east bound freight train and the work train laying steel between Price and Helper met head on in the Blue Cut, three miles north of Price today about 9 o'clock. Eight Greeks were injured and six of them were taken to Salt Lake City on train 7 today, and two, who were only slightly injured were brought to Price and cared for by the local company physician. One of the men injured may die. The work train was standing still in the Blue Cut and the men were laying steel when the east bound freight struck them.

Carbon County Utah 1910-12-09