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A TRAIN ACCIDENT.

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NEW YORK, October 25.- .„ The express train fro.ml Buffalo to New York fell into the Hudson River. The corridor cars floated, and axes were procured and the roofs of a.number of-cars hewn through, allowing the passengers to e so a pe. Twenty-eight of the inmates of the other carriages were drowned. ■. Two of the cars lodged in water .fifty feet deep. ■ ' J : , Seven .. women were rescued, severely injured.. J Douglas, of-Hawick, son and heir of the Marquis-.of Queensbury, had a narrow escape.

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A TRAIN ACCIDENT., Evening Star, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897

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A TRAIN ACCIDENT. Evening Star, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897

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