at 8:05 p. m. wtien their automobile was struck by a westbound passen¬ ger train at the New
York Central crossing: or gt&nf* road, one mile east of Graytown.
The dead are: Gerald Waittpin, his wife, EJiieen and three ye&r- old daughter Janet of Genoa; Jo^hn R (Rudy) Damschroder and his wife, Antoiiia* Graytown. There, were no witnesses io the accident, j according to deputy sheriff Myron f Hetrick who investigiated.
The car traveling north o* Stange road waa struck oroasis*** hy Train NO. 4. According fe» statements given Jjy.Jp.-J« 8mitfe<j engineer and Wtfilam Thawta*, e«*Mhteior, tjhe car wsa oft the trssavi helot* the train couid be slowed down. -Pigft were no lights at the croaNftg.
Among the sarly arrmUs at the crash «citt wm Wm^m ^oach James S$mth. ICr. IjtaMn who lives ijrt Gtaytoswh, heard €h« train jsto$> at tfe* Graytown crossing and iiwssttg&Uti.
The oar was impaled front of tt&§ locomotive wWh tM belies of the two men ?n&-«4« Bodies 'at* the two woewn asMI th> ciiiid iNsrs IteiiA aloag the rjmcK, !be4,w'€fi^ the asane of the cm " and <3*a|Ptowit.
Ttis i^ii, cart$#$g Ite twisted wreckage #1 ths aigiiitpiie, final¬ ly caywA ft* a §!&!% m Graytown wber* m wfsgker was y&i&sed in pulitag If £*om tjhe tnti* and ex- tri^a&tag the.' bo^&e* ®Z the men.
Bodies at th0 w«xm*n aad child were taJta*- to Use Robinson fun-, ejt-a! tarns after Um crash* Bodies
of the msn wer« tulien &e the Kern mortuary In EitistOfL One daught¬ er, Mary Ana* i§» survives tfce W&ngrins*
Mr. Wangilit atUft^WI Harris- Ektiore school for mas -ar* and was widely luiown fe Ule com¬ munity >
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