Warren, OH Train Hits Carriage, Sep 1904
TWO WERE KILLED.
HORSE RAN AWAY AND DASHED INTO TRAIN AT CROSSING.
Warren, Ohio. -- (AP) -- A horse driven by DR. and MRS. A. G. MINER, ran into a Baltimore and Ohio passenger train at Tod Avenue crossing, Warren, O., and they were both killed. Flagman John Cohen made futile efforts to prevent the accident, but the driver could not control the fractious horse. MR. MINER was a prominent physician, 68 years old, and his wife was 65 years old. Both had large property interests in Niles, their former home. No children survive them.
Indiana Democrat Pennsylvania 1904-09-07