Графични страници
PDF файл
ePub

REPORT OF ACCIDENTS IN IOWA-CONTINUED.

CAUSR OF ACCIDENTS AND CHARACTER OF INJURY.

DATE.

NAME AND 000UPATION,

PLACE.

1884.
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April
April

0 0

29 E. Austin, fireman
30 F. Tapper, car inspector.
31 C. C. Kern, brakeman.

7 W. H. Hopkirk, citizen.
18 A. Giger, machinist.
28 M. M. Curtis, brakeman.
31 J. Ruff, machinist
1 A. Carleen, laborer.
1 A. Marchand, laborer
2 H. Loeffers, tracksmith.

M. Jaeger, craneman.
3 C. W. Clapp, car repairer.
4 L. Lendgren, carpenter
5) Geo. Rogers, fireman
5 Geo. Cole, brakeman (extra).

G. Buckannow, citizen.
5 W. Murphin, citizen.
8 F. F. Yonmans, brakeman
9|A. A. Hall, brakeman.
101A. P. Knox, machinist.
14 J. Wilkins, switchman
150. T. Geiger, brakeman
15 F. J. Hatfield, fireman
15 A. C. Lewis, fireman
15 H. Fraser, fireman
15 D. F. Augustine, engineer.
16 M. Myers, tramp.....
16|C. Eisel, brakeman .....
17 T. Marshall, brakeman.
18 Chas. Harter, switchman.
20 Geo. Karns, machinist.
21 John Fern, brakeman.
23 J. Seline, carpenter.
23 H. Kohn, tracksmith
23 H. Nelson, laborer...
24 A. A. Sunpoon, brakeman.
26 J. O'Grady, switchman.

Creston
Chariton
Hastings
Near Agency
Burlington
Red Oak
West Burlington.
West Burlington.
Cromwell...
West Burlington.
West Burlington.
Chariton...
West Burlington.
West of Murray
Chillicothe
Red Oak.
West of Cromwell.
Chariton
Mt. Pleasant
West Burlington..
Creston
Chariton
Burlington yard..
Burlington yard.
Burlington yard..
Burlington yard.
East of Nodaway
Hastings..
Hastings..
Council Bluffs
West Burlington,
Ottumwa
Creston
West Burlington,
Burlington
Malvern.
Pacific Junction
April
April
April
April
April
April
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May

Fell over a jack; thumb broken.
Fell from coal chute; back sprained.
Link struck him; head crushed.
Jumped from train; face and hands bruised.
Jumped from train; cheek and back bruised.
Fell over switch stand : leg bruised slightly.
Piston rod struck him; foot bruised.
Handling ties; foot bruised.
Handling rails; finger crushed.
Tapping a wheel; left wrist cut.
Winding up crane; back strained.
Pair car wheels struck him; ankle sprained.
Taking center bearing from car : hand bruised.
Train derailed, jumped; shoulder bruised; face scratched.
Struch by bridge; badly bruised; died.
Jumped from train; face bruised.
Getting on train; foot crushed.
Coupling; thumb and finger crushed.
Struck by engine; head cut; ankle sprained.
Counter balance fell on him ; three fingers bruised.
Getting on engine; toes bruised of left foot.
Pulling pin fell iu cattle-guard; left leg crushed; died.
Engine ran into train of steel; badly scalded; died.
Engine ran into train of steel; badly scalded; died.
Collision; badly scalded; died.
Collision; badly scalded.
Fell from train; killed.
Pilot bar fell on foot; band bruised.
Foot caught under engine pilot; foot bruised.
Coupling; little finger bruised.
Jack slipped; oue finger bruised.
Coupling; one finger crushed.
Working at planer; one finger cut.
Transon fell; fingers of right hand bruised,
Engine kuocked him down; arm broken.
Coupling; finger crushed.
Run over; right leg amputated.

[ocr errors]

.

Wheel fell on him; right leg bruised.
Coupling; hand pinched.
Fell off car; wrist sprained,
Fell from car; hand bruised.
Hand drawn into a pulley; three fingers bruised.
Struck by signal post; head, shoulders and hip bruised.
Fell from hand car and was run over; back and hips bruised.
Coupling; thumb and finger pinched.
Struck by lump of coal; one finger pinched.
Belt of a machine struck him; left leg bruised.
Getting off an engine; ankle sprained.
Collision; killed.
Getting off eugine; foot sprained.
Fell from car; back and hips bruised.
Board fell on foot; foot bruised.
Getting on moving train; heel of foot crushed.
Laying side of track witli liead crushed; supposed to have been struck by train.
Lump of coal fell on foot; big toe of right foot crushed.
Caught an iron bar; hand cut.
Getting off train ; leg broken.
Fell in cattle-guard; leg sprained.
Getting on train; collar bone fractured.
Leg.caught in wheels; right leg bruised.
Collision; knee injured.
Collision; slightly hurt.
Sitting on track (drunk); riglit side bruised.
Working at machine; finger cut.
Getting off train; liand cut slightly.
Coupling; right leg crushed-amputated.
Car axle rolled on foot; foot bruised.
Struck by engine; back and shoulder bruised.
Iron bar fell on him; back and shoulder bruised.
Unloading steel ; fingers of land bruised.
Struck with a stone: kuee bruised.
Hatchet slipped; knee cut.
Getting off train; ankle sprained.
Fell from scaffold; left wrist broken.
Struck by crane; riglit hip and left shoulder bruised.
Fell from train; hip and back cut.
Getting off train; killed.
Wrench fell on hini; lead cut.
Hit with sledge; finger crushed.
Caught between cirs; breast and shoulders bruised.
('val fell on him; leg bruised.
Collision; heel bruised.
Fell from train; neck and slioulders bruised.
Crawling under a car; killed.
Rail dropped on hand; one tinger crushed.
Hot spark in eye; right eye injured.
Itinroupling engine; left arm takic: .

[ocr errors]
[graphic]

29 J. Forman, machinist
30 F. W. Aldrich, switchman.
13 L. Clatter, brakeman....
28 Y. B. Rutherford, conductor

C. Williams, laborer.
30 H. B. Hunt, brakeman........
4 Ed. Dillon, laborer
4J.C. Hobert, brakeman
4 Wm. Barkley, coal inspector.
5 C. Burk, laborer
6 J. Pennington, engineer.
9 J. P. Hodge, switchman,
10 N. Schroder, switchman.
11 E. L. Clark, brakeman..
13 J. F. Wallis, tinsmith,
14 C. Symmonds, citizen.
14 P. Cosgrove, citizen..
14 E. D. Hazen, fireman
15 M. McMahon, boiler maker
16|J. Travis, passenger
16 E. Harmington, conductor.
18 Jno. Karns, laborer...
17 Jno. Welch, laborer.
20 G. W. Thompson, conductor.
20 H. Carlyle, passenger
2+ Chas. Allen, section foreman.
25 Jas. Butler, machinist.
25 J. R. Heter, brakeman
28 F. Hoffman, brakeman,
29 E. Hoelscher, machinist.
7J. H. Brewer, citizen...
23 Wm. Sebring, laborer..
26 T. Wainbold, laborer
27 W. E. Criswell, section foreman.
27 F. Luellen, fenceman..
29 E. L. Clark, brakeman.
2.J. Boland, carpenter..
3/H. H, Goodell, conductor.
3J. A. Trapp, brakemap.
4J. Aylward, not an employe
80. G. Johnson, machinist.
9 F. Gustafson, carpenter
9 G. Donald, switchiman.
10 A. Ekstand, clinkerer
11 L. Hawksworth, engineer
12 L. Williams, brakeman.
12 Chas. Stert, tramp.
12 J. Scott, laborer.
12 E. Turley, blacksmith
13.J. E. Deacon, clinkerer.

West Burlington
Burlington
Russell
Hawthorn.
Creston
Chariton
Coalport.
Maxon
Cleveland
West Burlington
Ottumwa.
Ottumwa.
Ottumwa
Afton...
Creston
Mt. Pleasant.
Mt. Pleasant.
Rome
West Burlington.
Pacific Junction
Villisca.
Burlington
Burlingson
Mt. Pleasant.
Mt. Pleasant
East of Dudley
West Burlington
Lucas.
Albia.
West Burlington,
Villisca
West Burlington
Hawthorne
Ciomwell.
East of Rome
Thayer
Mt. Pleasant.
Rome..
Creston
West Burlington
West Burlington
West Burlington
Creston
Burlington
Burlington
Fairfield..
Charitou.
McDill
Creston
Pacinc Junction

.

May
May

May
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June

TABLE OF ACCIDENTS-CONTINUED.

NAME AND OCCUPATION.

[merged small][merged small][ocr errors]

DATE.

1885. June

13 P. Hart, brakeman June

15 T. Schophe, section foreman.
June

16 Ed McCoy, fireman
June 16 N. Peterson, laborer
June 17 A. B, Elkin, laborer
June 17 S. B. Wilkelin, brakeman
June 17 J. B. Rutherford, conductor.
June 18 L. Stephaun, laborer
June 18 A. Frank, laborer
June 21 A. Schendley, engineer
June 21 G. Carlson, fireman
June 21 George Ferm, brakeman
June 23 F. Winkler, laborer
June 23 J. P. Fitzsimmons, brakeman.
June 25 F. Romley, laborer
June 27 W. H. Freeling, brakeman
June 27|0. Samuelson, laborer...
June 27 J. Waldoon, laborer.
June 29 J. W. White, brakeman
December 21 A. McNiel, switchman
December 23 H. B. Whitney, yard master
December 23/0. Peabody, police.
December 290. L. McClellan, fireman.
December 30 N. Corby, machinist.

Brooks
Melrose
West of Chillicothe.
Osceola.
Ottumwa.
Stanton
Glenwood.
"Vest Burlington
Chillicothe
East of Villisca.
East of Villisca
DIt. Pleasant.
West Burlington
Lucas
West Burlington
Mt. Pleasant
Rome
East of Dudley.
Lucas.
Creston
Burlington.
Burlington
Cleveland.
Creston.

Iron rod struck him; head badly bruised.
Knocked down by ballast plow cable; bruised.
Fell from train; killed,
Fell from hand car; slightly bruised.
Liiting a timber; ruptured.
Coupling; thumb bruised.
Caught in brakebeam; foot bruised.
Piece of timber struck him; thumb dislocated.
Tie fell on foot; foot bruised.
Collision; badly bruised.
Collision; back and arm bruised.
Caught leg in brakebeam; right leg crushed-died.
Timber fell on leg; right leg bruised.
Using wrench; one finger crushed.
Piece of iron flew in eye ; right eye injured.
Wheel run over right foot; foot bruised and sprained.
Handling rails; one finger cut off.
Struck by scraper; knee cut.
Fell from bridge; shoulder bruised.
Fell between cars ; nose bruised.
Fell on a rail; hip bruised.
Fell on icy platform; wrist sprained,
Lump of coal hit him; toes bruised--right foot.
Angle bar fell on him ; toes bruised-right foot.

[graphic]
[blocks in formation]

August 11 Miss M. Watson, girl September 2 J. Dougerty, brakeman September 9L. Kalin, laborer September 13 V. Shay, passenger November 7J. Nelson, laborer November 11 J. O'Connell, citizen. November 16 T. O'Brien, passenger April 11 J. Wheatly, boy June 27 C. Burcliett, brakeman.

Fort Madison.

Playing on turn-table ; leg bruised.
North of Fort Madison... Knocked off car; ankle sprained.
North of Fort Madison... Stepped into culvert ; side sprained.
Bees Siding.

Stepped from moving train ; leg broken.
Werco

Handling timber; finger crushed.
Fort Madison...

Fell between cars : killed.
South Burlington. Fell from train; slightly bruised; (drunk).
keokuk

Jumping on train : leg cut off. Werco

Coupling ; finger crushed.

ALBIA, KNOXVILLE & DES MOINES.

Lining track; back strained.
Adzing a stringer; knee cut.
Firing engine ; two fingers crushed.
Adzing a stringer; leg cut.
Working on track ; slightly ruptured.
Loading a trunk; finger bruised.
Unloading timber; back strained.
Struck by lump of coal; leg broken.
Jumped from engine; ankle sprained.
Struck post, getting on car; leg bruised.
Supposed to have been run over; found dead on track.
Tie fell on foot; toe broken.
Walking on track ; killed.

..

ܪ

CHARITON SOUTH.

July

5 J. Benscater, laborer.
July 17 E. Babcock, bridgeman
July 22 J. Freed, pumpman
July

24 P. Nelson, bridgeman
July 26 H. Myer, laborer...
August 1 C. Fletcher, baggageman
August 6 A. White, bridgeman..
September 24 I. Getts, conductor..
October 21 J. Giles, brakemin
February 13 E. Smith, yardmaster
April 21 G. Hughes, citizen
June 11 J. Nelson, laborer
June 15 Drs. W. Johns, citizen

Tracy
Tracy
Tracy
Tracy
Tracy
Pleasantville
(Tracy
Flaglers.
Bussey
East Des Moines.
wear Des Droines
Durham,
North of Albia.

July

7 C. Osborn, laborer..
August 22 J. Mckee, laborer..
August 22 S, Gates, laborer
August 30 P. Van Patten, engineer.
October 2 A. Gigler, boy
October 6 J. McIntire, laborer
December 15 J. Hardin, fireman
December 18 J. Corum, laborer.

Garden Grove
North of Smiths,
North of Smiths
Albany, No,
Bethany, Mo.
Kellerton
Grant Creek, Mo.
South of Chariton

Struck on band by shovel; band bruised.
Hand car tirown from track ; badly bruised.
Hand-car thrown from track, arm bruised.
Slipped and fell, bruising end of crippled leg:
Running into cut, struck car; skull fractured.
Scraper on flat car struck him; head cut.
Cinder flew into eye; eye burned.
Lifting hand-car; claims to have ruptured himself.

[graphic]
[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

DATE.

February 18|J. Ellis, brakemad
March 5 M. V. Scott, citizen...
May 17 Roy Lemar, boy
June

22 J. Barkley, brakeman
February 21 H. Moon, laborer.
February 21,5. Avery, conductor.
February 21 J. Cressford, conductor.
Februazy 21 H. Walton, passenger.
February 21 R. Vogel, passenger.
February 21 T. Johnson, passenger.
February 21 S. Shaw, passenger.
February 21 S. Halferty, passenger
February 21 Mrs. Van Winkle, passenger
February 21/C. McDaniels, passenger.
February 21 D. Todd, passenger
February 21 D. Whitney, passenger
February 21 E. Pritchett, passenger
May

30 R. O'Donnell, section foreman.
June 13 R. Kellogg, passenger
June 13 J. Holgate, passenger..
June 13 Mrs. J. Holgate, passenger.
June 13 Mrs. J. E. Foster, passenger.
June 13|J. Brown, passenger.

October 25 M. Deroit, section foreman...
February 5 C. Ochler, brakemali.
February 11/J. Wigley, brakeman.

January 22 W. Conley, laborer.
February 19 S. Holland, conductor.
January 26 J. Crunhlow, passenger.
February 19|J. Turner, passenger.

Fell from hand-car; legs hurt.
Train ditched; face bruised.
Fell from car; no apparent injury.
Train ditched; rib broken.

[graphic]
« ПредишнаНапред »