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Twentyfive Mile Creek (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 19
Serious accident. --A serious accident occurred at the railroad trestle over Six-and-Twenty Creek, between Pendleton and Anderson, on Saturday last. In removing the treaties, for the purpose of putting up a bridge over that stream, the treatie giving way, fell and knocked two of the workmen off the treatle, who fell to the ground, a distance of forty and fifty-six feet respectively. They were dangerously injured. Other persons had a narrow escape--Keowee (S. C.) Courier.
Keowee (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 19
Serious accident. --A serious accident occurred at the railroad trestle over Six-and-Twenty Creek, between Pendleton and Anderson, on Saturday last. In removing the treaties, for the purpose of putting up a bridge over that stream, the treatie giving way, fell and knocked two of the workmen off the treatle, who fell to the ground, a distance of forty and fifty-six feet respectively. They were dangerously injured. Other persons had a narrow escape--Keowee (S. C.) Courier.
Serious accident. --A serious accident occurred at the railroad trestle over Six-and-Twenty Creek, between Pendleton and Anderson, on Saturday last. In removing the treaties, for the purpose of putting up a bridge over that stream, the treatie giving way, fell and knocked two of the workmen off the treatle, who fell to the ground, a distance of forty and fifty-six feet respectively. They were dangerously injured. Other persons had a narrow escape--Keowee (S. C.) Courier.
Serious accident. --A serious accident occurred at the railroad trestle over Six-and-Twenty Creek, between Pendleton and Anderson, on Saturday last. In removing the treaties, for the purpose of putting up a bridge over that stream, the treatie giving way, fell and knocked two of the workmen off the treatle, who fell to the ground, a distance of forty and fifty-six feet respectively. They were dangerously injured. Other persons had a narrow escape--Keowee (S. C.) Courier.