Kenosha, WI Electric Train - Auto Wreck, Feb 1925

FOUR KILLED WHEN TRAIN HITS CAR NEAR KENOSHA.

By Associated Press

Kenosha----Two children, one man and one woman were killed and two men injured, one of them seriously, when a North Shore train, northbound, struck a touring car three miles north of Kenosha at 11:46 Monday morning.

Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI 24 Feb 1925

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DRIVER OF DEATH CAR BETWEEN LIFE, DEATH

By Associated Press

Kenosha,----Louis Norbut, driver of the automobile which was hit by a Northshore electric train near Kenosha Monday resulting in the instant death of four Kenosha people, was still hovering between life and death Tuesday morning at the Kenosha hospital. He has never recovered consciousness, having a fractured skull. No hopes are held out for his recovery.

Coroner Joseph Friend is making an investigation into the cause of the accident, having called an inquest for Thursday.

Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI 24 Feb 1925

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INJURIES ARE FATAL TO DRIVER OF WRECKED CAR.

By Associated Press.

Kenosha---Louis Norbut, 28, driver of the automobile which was hit by a Northshore electric train near Kenosha Monday morning, when four persons were instantly killed, died at the Kenosha hospital Wednesday morning from the injuries received in the accident. He had a fractured skull and never recovered consciousness enough to give any story of the crash.

Mrs. Frances Valeskie, her two children, John and Sophia and Theodore Marchulis were instantly killed.

Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI 25 Feb 1925

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