News: Rogerson & Warner Families Injured (21-Mar-1900)

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----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Wis.) 3-21-1900
 

A special train bearing the injured parties of this city, who were victims of the wreck near Curtiss, arrived here about 10 o’clock Wednesday evening. There were Mr. and Mrs. Rogerson, Mr. and Mrs. Warner and their daughter, Mr. Rogerson was injured the most seriously - his head being cut and collar bone broken. Mr. Warner also had a rib broken. The rest were jarred up but not badly hurt. Neillsville News. Gleaner 3-21-1900

 

 


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