Carbondale, PA Train Wreck, Nov 1890
FATAL CRASH AT A SWITCH
Three Men Killed and Several Others Injured in a Wreck.
A frightful wreck occurred on the New York, Ontario and Western Railroad, at seven o'clock a few nights ago, at a point in Pennsylvania between Carbondale and Mayfield.
An engine, while trying to make a switch, crashed into a passenger train going in an opposite direction at full speed.
The engineers and firemen escaped by jumping, but were slightly injured.
CHARLES FINNEGAN, of Carbondale, a man named BURKE, of Jermyn, and another whose name was not learned, all of whom where[sic] passengers, were killed.
Several others passengers were painfully hurt.
The Cranbury Press New Jersey 1890-11-14
Researched and Transcribed by Stu Beitler. Thank you, Stu!