KILLED AT CERULEAN
Henry Brashers Meets Death On I.C. Railroad
A young man named HENRY BRASHEARS, who lived near Cerulean, was killed by an I.C. train Wednesday night, near the Cerulean station.
He probably sat down on the track to wait for the train and went to sleep. His body was carried 150 yards by the pilot and fearfully mangled. He was a machinist operating a thresher. A young wife and infant child survive him. He was 21 years old.
Hopkinsville Kentuckian - Saturday Aug 6, 1910 -
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