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Description: Small Wreck In Pennslyvania
Date: January 13 1897
Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL
Page/Column: Page 2, Column 4
Small Wreck In Pennsylvania
PITTSBURG, Jan. 12.—The Panhandle limited was wrecked near McDonald, Pa. A bad rail is supposed to have caused the accident. President Roberts and party of the Pennsylvania railroad were on the train and their car was thrown from the track, but none of the party was injured. Engineer T. J. Johnson was severely, but not fatally hurt.
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