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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], The late Railroad Disasters in Pennsylvania. (search)
s drowned were Messrs. Farrow and sister, of Beaver Meadow, two Misses Smith, of Mauch Chunk, and Robert Nichols, conductor. The car leaving the track, stopped the engine so suddenly that the bell rope connecting it with the cars did not break, and it was used for hauling the car, which was floating with the top about two feet above the water, to the shore. Axes were then procured and a hole cut in the top, from which all the passengers were taken alive, except those mentioned above. Mr. Reuben Young, residing at Lockport, had the cap of his knee broken, and a Mr. Steiner had his nose broken. Some others were slightly hurt. An accident occurred on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad, on Thursday. The Express train, which left Pittsburg in the morning, ran into the rear of a freight train, which was standing on the track at the Blairsville intersection, fifty-four miles from Pittsburg.--The collision took place at a few minutes before six o'clock, and resulted in the maiming of