1907 - Three Trainmen Killed.
Raleigh, N. C., Aug. 7. - Two bodies in burning debris and one body recovered from the wreck, 11 freight cars burned and several passengers slightly injured, are the results of a head-on collision on the Southern railway, nine miles east of Raleigh, Tuesday night. The dead are:
W. C. PARKER, Spencer, N. C., engineer of freight train.
JACK BETHEL, Greensboro, N. C., fireman, and Fireman Young of Lexington, N. C.
Stevens Point Daily Journal
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
August 7, 1907
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