Macon, MT Train Wreck, Jan 1907

Wreck on Great Northern.

St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 2.---A special to the Dispatch from Helena, Mont., says:
Three persons were badly injured in the wreck yesterday of the Oriental Limited eastbound, Great Northern passenger train at Macon, Mont. The wreck was due to spreading rails, which caused the entire train to leave the track, with the exception of the diner and rear sleeper. The cars turned on their sides and as the train was running at great speed it casualties did not result.

The injured are: A. B. Simmons of Chicago, salesman and C. C. Ladd and H. Lamm, both of Grand Forks, N. D., rail clerks.

Morning World-Herald, Omaha, NE 3 Jan 1907


The injured are: A. J. Simmons of Chicago, a clothing salesman, and C. C. Ladd and H. Lamme, both of Grand Forks, N. D., mail clerks.

The Idaho Daily Statesman, Boise, ID 3 Jan 1907