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  • Kirk
    One more January 15, 1954 Camden PRSL Two car RDC trainset was rear ended by first class express in Camden Passenger Yard. 28 Injuries
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 1, 2008
      One more

      January 15, 1954
      Camden
      PRSL
      Two car RDC trainset was rear ended by first class express in Camden
      Passenger Yard. 28 Injuries

      --- In genealogyresearchclub@yahoogroups.com, "maryann"
      <Mary_Grether@...> wrote:
      >
      > This may be out of bounds, but I need info on this. Please bear with
      > me, cause I need to write this as I remember,
      >
      > There are two accidents, at least,I am looking into for me, my
      > records etc.
      >
      > (granddad) George Philemon Warner, had a gas refrigerator explode in
      > his face,
      > late 1953, Lebanon( Smith County), KS
      >
      > A month later another accident same thing guys name was Charles
      > Christman.
      >
      > This next one may have been late 1953 or early 1954.
      >
      > (dad)Melvin Arnold Warner, while working for REA, accidentally
      > touched a
      > live wire and was severly burned,
      >
      > What I recall as a child, we went to visit grandad then my dad in two
      > seperate hospitals , I think dad was in Cawker City( Jewel County?)
      >
      > These accidents were weeks or a couple of months apart.( I recall we
      > rushed to see grandad after his accident)
      >
      > Also if this helps anyone, there was a bad train wreck in that time
      > frame, and the people were taken to the hospital my dad was in.
      >
      > I remember bits and pieces of these accidents
      > There was a big writeup about dads accident, and something about
      > grandads as well. I would like to find this info, or be directed to
      > whereever I am to go,
      >
      > News papers, that I have contacted don't have the information.
      >
      > I know this is a bit sketchy , but if you all can, please help!
      > Mary Grether
      >
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