Duluth, MN Street Car Accident, Mar 1907


A miraculous escape from serious injury was experienced by B. Nyeberg, a laborer, last night about 10:20 o'clock. While crossing Superior street in front of the Metropolitan theater, he was struck by a street car and sent sprawling 30 feet. A number of comrades thinking that he was seriously hurt rushed to his assistance. The car came to a stop and the motorman and the conductor got off to look Nyeberg over. The victim arose smiling from the frozen street, without a scratch, and after brushing off his clothes, walked away.

The Duluth News Tribune, Duluth, MN 16 Mar 1907

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