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Hudson (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 10
A Railroad train-plunged through a drawbridge. The Hackensack and New York train, which left Jersey City on Wednesday, with twenty passengers, plunged through a drawbridge about seven miles from Jersey City. The light was exhibited to show the draw was up, but the engineer in charge had never seen the bridge in that condition, and either did not understand or did not see it. As soon as he discovered the peril he gave the signal whistle to have the brakes put on, reversed the engine,Jersey City. The light was exhibited to show the draw was up, but the engineer in charge had never seen the bridge in that condition, and either did not understand or did not see it. As soon as he discovered the peril he gave the signal whistle to have the brakes put on, reversed the engine, but saw that it was all over. Off the brink of the draw down plunged the engine and tender, with a roar and crash that were heard more than two miles away.--The engine divided the waters, went some thirty feet below the surface, and was followed by the car, which probably turned partially over in its descent, but was again righted by striking upon the bowsprit of a schooner that was just on the point of passing through, the collision tearing open a long strip in the roof of the car. All this,