Antwerp, OH Train Wreck, Apr 1912

14 Hurt in Wabash Wreck.

Train Ditched in Ohio and Four Passengers May Die.

Fort Wayne, Ind., April 26.- Four men were so seriously hurt that they will probably die, and eight or ten others were badly injured this evening when the westbound Wabash train, known as the “Fast Mail,” went into the ditch near Antwerp, Ohio.

The accident was due to the spreading of rails. CHESTER LAW, of Napoleon, Ohio; Dr. W.O. WELLS, of Fort Wayne; CHARLES M. SARBER, Argos, Ind., and J.B. YATES, mail clerk, of Toledo were critically injured. The victims were brought to Fort Wayne hospitals.

The New York Times, New York, NY 27 Apr 1912