PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ACCIDENT, FORT WAYNE IN 13 AUGUST 1911: PENNSYLVANIA FLYER WRECKAGE. THE ACCIDENT WAS CAUSED BY THE DERAILMENT OF THE SECOND ENGINE OF THE FLYER WHICH WAS GOING 60 MILES PER HOUR IN AN EFFORT TO REGAIN TIME (IT WAS AN HOUR LATE). THE PASSENGER TRAIN FLEW INTO A FREIGHT WHICH WAS ON THE NEXT TRACK. THERE WERE FOUR DEAD. ALL THE DEAD AND SERIOUSLY INJURED WERE CREW. MORE DETAILS ARE CONTAINED IN THE THE JOURNAL GAZETTE, 14 AUGUST 1911 AND FOLLOWING
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