Charlestown, MA Train Accident, Mar 1910
CAR SEALER KILLED IN FREIGHT YARD.
Patrick McGloin, a car sealer, living at 58 Chapman street, Charlestown, was so badly crushed between freight cars in the Fitchburg yard of the Boston and Maine railroad in Charlestown shortly before 6 o'clock last night, when an engine backed down on him, that he died a few minutes later in the arms of Patrolman Landrigan of the Charlestown station. McGloin's wife is in a serious condition, suffering from pneumonia.
The Boston Journal, Boston, MA 26 Mar 1910