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Grand Junction (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 6
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
LaFayette County (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 6
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
Macon, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 6
ad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis bout four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
Shelby (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 6
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
Kennedy (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): article 6
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
B. M. Williams (search for this): article 6
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
G. T. Runter (search for this): article 6
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.
W. C. Bally (search for this): article 6
Railroad accident. --A serious accident occurred to a train on the Charleston Railroad yesterday, about four miles east of Grand Junction. By the displacement of a pair of trucks, several care were thrown from the track suddenly, while the train was moving with speed, resulting in the following casualties; Col. W. C. Bally, Macon, Tenn., killed; O, Kennedy, Ky., thigh broken; Dr. G. T. Runter, Macon, Tenn., seriously injured; B. M. Williams, Shelby county, thigh broken;--Simmons, Lafayette county, Miss., badly bruised, and some ten or twelve others slightly injured.--Memphis Appeal, 11th.