Winslow Junction, NJ Train And Auto Collide, Sep 1930


Hammonton, N.J., Sept. 2 -- Three persons, a young husband, his wife and baby, lost their lives last night when their automobile was struck by a Reading Railroad passenger train at Winslow Junction, three miles from here.
The victims were:
JACK ARCHER, 24, Elm, N.J.
RUTH ARCHER, 19, his wife.
LORRAINE ARCHER, their one year old daughter.
The ARCHER family was returning from a holiday outing at the shore.
Hayes crossing, where the accident occurred, is marked by a light.

Chester Times Pennsylvania 1930-09-02

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