New York, NY Train Accident, Sept 1904

SAW TRAIN CRUSH HUSBAND.

Ceizke Disregarded Wife's Advice Not to Cross Track and Was Killed.

Martin Ceizke, 39- years old, who lived on Twentieth Street, near Sixth Avenue, College Point, L. I., was struck by a train at the Sieden Avenue station in that place last night and instantly killed.

Ceizke went to the station with his wife, who was to see him off. The gates were about to be lowered, and Mrs. Ceizke urged her husband not to attempt to cross the track. Not heeding her advice, he stepped on the track and the next moment the train struck him.

The New York Times, New York, NY 19 Sept 1904

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