Graceland, NJ Train Wreck, Jan 1903
FRED KURNAN, Plainfield; leg crushed, body bruised.
FREDERICK KANNEN, Mauch Chunk Avenue, Plainfield, N.J.; body and face badly cut.
WALTER LAWSON, Plainfield; sixteen; injured about head.
MARY LINE, No. 745 East Front Street, Plainfield.
A. LINE, No. 235 East Front Street, Plainfield; scalp wound, back hurt.
FRANK LOCKE, twenty-two, Fairview Avenue, Plainfield; badly hurt.
CHARLES LONGWORTHY, Plainfield; many injuries on body.
MARY LYON, Plainfield; body bruises.
THOMAS McCARTY, fireman on the Philadelphia flyer; No. 2930 Ogden Street, Philadelphia; badly scalded.
A. M. MINNING, Netherwood, N.J.; scalded.
WILLIAM O'KEEFE, Plainfield.
A. D. OGDEN.
MISS CARRIE PANGBORN.
AUGUSTUS L. QUENEAU, Plainfield; bruised about body and head.
ROY RADFORD, Park Avenue, Plainfield; hurt about face.
HOWARD J. RUNYON, Rahway Road, Plainfield; cut about head and body.
MARY RYAN, Plainfield; injured about head.
EVERETT REIGHTON, of Plainfield; both legs cut off and badly scalded; will die.
HOWARD STRYKER, of Raritan, N.J.; bruised and hands sprained.
WILLIAM SAMPSON, cut and bruised about body.
FREDERICK SMITH, Plainfield.
WILLIAM VAN VENTER, Plainfield; cut about body and face.
MRS. MARY WALSH, Plainfield; scalded.
G. A. WEGEFARTH, Grand Opera House, Philadelphia; cuts on head and body.
FREDERICK WILSON, Dunellen; scalded
The Cranbury Press New Jersey 1903-01-30
Lists From The Evening World New York City 1903-01-28