Rochester, NY Train Accident, Sept 1913


Rochester.----The Brown street crossing, popularly known as "Death's Crossing," claimed a victim in MISS MARIE MAERS it is said that a flagman in the employ of the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg, whose duty it is to guard the track on which the fatality occurred, was not at his post. Coroner Killup [?] is making an inquiry and will have an inquest.

Syracuse Herald, Syracuse, NY 15 Sept 1913

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