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Vincennes Lincoln. North Vermillion-Parke Heritage game. When he was ordered to meet No.
He read the order in the presence of the operator and took three copies, giving two to the two engineers of his train and retaining one himself. The engineer of engine read the orders. In each instance when the order was delivered by him the fireman was present.
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He understood the train was to sidetrack at Seneca for No. If the train had passed Seneca he would have set the automatic brakes. Had the brake been set it would have required one-eighth of a mile to stop the train. He had no warning that anything was wrong until he felt the shock. At that time he was seated in the rear coach.
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When he had gotten out fire had started in the head coach, and others were busy getting the injured out of the wreck. He hurried down the track to Sandy Creek to get the engine of No. Estimate of Passengers Conductor Trowl then came to his estimate of the number on the train "How many had you? We had passengers out of Detroit.
I get my figures from the collector on the train. I made a list of as many as I could find who were saved.
I got the names of eighty-six. My collector and I were together getting the list. A number of passengers got away whose names I did not get.
Aside from this record, I have no means of knowing how many were killed. I can't tell. I could not make any estimate. Mann of Montpeller testified as to the sending of the order to train No.