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The Daily Dispatch: May 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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everal cars to the company. About thirteen miles this side of Weldon, the track is undergoing some repairs, and the rails were torn up for some yards. An extra train, with the 37th North Carolina regiment, Colonel Lee, came along about four o'clock, but whether the train was signalized or not, or, if signalized, whether the signal was observed by the engineer, we could not ascertain.--The train ran off at the place of repairs, burying the engine in the ground, and very badly damaging a number of cars. Six men were injured, more or less, mostly by jumping off the cars--two of them, we regret to learn, so seriously as to render it dangerous to bring them to Petersburg. The other four, whose names we give below, were brought to town yesterday morning and placed in the North Carolina hospital. Their injuries are comparatively light: F. E. Ashley, Co. B, Capt. Hurton. G. W. Norris, Co. B, Capt. Hurton. W. A. Helms, Co. D, Capt. Ashbury. Cearence Carter, Co. A, Capt. Hartrow.