ACCIDENT AT EARLVILLE - 1866
ROBB, ADAMS, STEVER
Posted By: Cheryl Locher Moonen (email)
Date: 7/14/2016 at 15:00:06
Dubuque Daily Herald, Oct. 2, 1866
ACCIDENT AT EARLVILLE – A brakeman by the name of H. Adams, who runs on Robb's freight train, was badly hurt at Earlville last Friday by falling between the cars. He was much bruised and received a severe flesh wound on the head, but we learned that no bones are broken. He was kindly cared for by the station agent Stever, and the probability is that he will recover.
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