Annual Report of the Railroad Commissioner, for the Year Ending December 31, 1892. Made to the General Assembly at its January Session, 1893.
There were 94 accidents in which 97 persons were killed or injured on steam roads. There were 34 deaths resulting from these accidents. Of the cases where death ensued, 13 were employees, 17 were persons who were walking or standing upon the tracks or in freight yards where they had no business or right to be; 3 were passengers who were getting on or off the cars when in motion; 1 person was killed at a grade crossing. There were twelve accidents reported as occurring in connection with the street railways ; three of which were fatal.
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