Annual Report of the Railroad Commissioner, for the Year Ending December 31, 1905. Made to the General Assembly at its January Session, 1906.
During the year 1905 there were 113 accidents reported by the officials of the several steam railroads of this State, in which 141 persons were killed or injured. These were 268 accidents reported in connection with the street or electric railways, in which 16 persons were killed and 283 injured more or less seriously.
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