Bad Wreck in Colorado (1894)

Bad Wreck in Colorado.

Cripple Creek, Colo., July . — The passenger train on the Florence and Cripple Creek railroad … left the track a short distance from here. W. G. Milner of Denver was killed. The injured are Frank Weason, brakeman, squeezed between two cars, may die. H. E.(?) Tretze(?), Cripple Creek, hotel keeper, right arm broken and bruised. John Keating, Pueblo, face badly cut. P. Taetzen(?), Celevan, Wis. forehead cut. T. E. Doir(?), bruised about body.

Source: Bad Wreck in Colorado, Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 3 July 1894, p. 1.

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