Fernwood, PA Horse And Wagon Hit By Train, May 1889

KILLED BY TRAIN.

Fernwood, Pa., May 20. -- An express train on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad struck a market wagon loaded with garden truck at the grade crossing near Fulton Station Saturday. JAMES McCARTNEY, the owner, and JAMES CUMBERLAND, his grandson, who were in the wagon, were instantly killed. Both horses were also killed. McCARTNEY resided in Concord Township.

Cedar Rapids Standard Iowa 1889-05-23

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