Warsaw, IN Train Wreck, Apr 1947

4 Hurt in Indiana Railroad Wreck

WARSAW, Ind.,---(AP)---Only four persons were hurt seriously enough to require hospital attention as the ten cars of the Golden Triangle passenger train of the Pennsylvania railroad left the tracks at a crossover in the center of Warsaw this morning. All of the 147 passengers were shaken up.

The double line of rails was torn up for about four blocks.

Railroad workers said the train apparently tore a rail loose at the crossover of the Big Four and New York Central lines.

The Zanesville Signal, Zanesville, OH 28 Apr 1947

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Only 4 Hospitalized By Indiana Accident

WARSAW, Ind., (AP)---Only four persons were hurt seriously enough to require hospital attention as 10 cars of the Golden Triangle passenger train of the Pennsylvania railroad left the tracks at a crossover in the center of Warsaw this morning. All of the 147 passengers were shaken.

Iowa City Press Citizen, Iowa City, IA 28 Apr 1947