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molnar snags comets win - page 7 quarries show profit boom 8 amherst news-tinn j) ro u 5 z x m 7i is) v h 33 c 2 r i33mls9nllds 177 train wreck victims honored flowers placed on graves of five who died in 1916 railway crash it i l- a r- nn 4 "b by jason hawk news-times reporter among the worn grave markers at crownhlll cemetery, crowd about 40 mourners gathered last week to pay respects perished groat 1916. "it was predawn 90 years ago cloudy morning that tragedy struck," said local historian valerie gcrstenbergcr, telling incident miller's crossing where two trains collided roughly 70 mph, killing score passengers slept aboard. one train, bound for new york, stopped across tracks located near milan avenue and main street today. ", like so many other residents amherst, have neglected my duty years, " gerstenberger. "i cannot remember seeing flower these graves, ever." "for some debatable reason, couldn't get signal castbound train," she said. aftermath crash, bodies were dead never claimed relatives or friends. "but we knew god they were, proper burial done april 5," gcrstenbergcr. "so rest peace town heard of." day ago, 200 amhcrstonians bury departed, donating caskets, flowers, plots four unidentified hungarian immigrant, ludwig hadadi, now crownhill. wednesday, city folk joined together once more cemetery commemorate disaster, with reverends karen hcybum park united methodist church, lawrence martcllo st. joseph parish, attila szcmcsi congregational church christ each offering eulogies. "one thing can see over is claims those this world himself," szemcsl "god tilt people world, long today." smiling, gcrstenbergcr challenged watchers be diligent honoring dead. "i, neglect continued pago 12 david mario nodal his mothor, noolia, sharo moment togothor before soldier recalled iraq wook. 'my life sunni triangle' heading back second tour as roadside bomb sweeper far-off land, surrounded strangers despised presence, missed little things: fast food, driving safe streets, having hot water short walk shower, laying couch watch college basketball. all scarce furnace-like heat iraq. march, after five-month u.s. army's 5th engineer battalion so-called "sunni triangle," 22-year-old charles resident had chance relax enjoy luxuries during brief leave returning another six months middle east. didn't think would ever military mom. hard let go," mother, noclia nodal, sitting close her son while he home week. why did it, schooling, but still hard. there isn't when aren't praying him thinking him." 2001 north coast christian academy graduate studied civil engineering cleveland state university lure scholarship cash pulled army. soon boot camp fort leonard wood, mo., september 2003, then germany years. november, "task force dagger" ordered ar ramadi, west fallujah baghdad, combat engineers specialized demolition bridgework. wanted serve country," "i'm proud what do. develop sense pride until got started helping people, saving lives." an average day, task will place into mortal danger. "basically, blow things up. our job rid leds," said, scrolling 3 nursing death trial set '07 family waits resolution case third-story fall killed veteran least nine t jurors figure out happened evening nov. 3, 2004, 82-year-old john shullick from window manor lake street. jury date has been tentatively jan. 30, 2007, brought shullick's year against manor, autumn aegis lorain, parent company sprenger retirement center. follows final pretrial hearing dec. 13 lorain county court common pleas judge thomas "their negligence gave rise wrongful shullick. we've great deal difficulty discovery case. it's pending year, very revealed, attorney young. janas. week, attorneys deposed employees annette moore, linda miller, pamela queen, christine risinger preliminary stages discovery. revealed," young, cleveland-based family. kenneth stumphauzer, (and law director), declined, katie gleason prays congregated crownhill placing marker unknown victim. chief: know safety procedures tornado siren alert wail rose central portion wednesday fire department's tested part national severe weather awareness make chief wayne northeim happy. "we don't often because want serious hear it," them time go, move." equipment four-minute continuous blast peak volume around 9:50 a.m., only behest bcrviec. numbers according annual report, which released were: structure fires false alarms wants sure how alarm call is, should do immediately it. 'that means there's that's spotted," "people aware, their radios televisions out, head safety." traditional balloon-frame house, basement lowest possible level, interior nallway mobile homes. somewhere easily accessible, packed emergency supplies include battery-operated radio, flashlights, cell phone, canned bottled water, take threat lightly, warns; far-fetched. fact, tom kellcy county's management agency, ranked number ohio tornado-related deaths, than 30 past 100 since january 1964, november 2002, tornadoes caused $11.7 million damages, according' '. officials. touched down super kmart cooper foster road skipping glyria, says remembers sight well. looked up funnel cloud right above us," "the clouds just spinning drain. awesome-looking thing." tornados arc categorized power scale fl f5, ,f5 being most devastating. sweep northeastern are typically classified f3, 6 25 85 63 car crashes injuries $628,000 damages buildings 19 smoke, odor calls 26 528 total 2005 64 township irnvnat electrical investigations comment march 16 protection order filed client's behalf hut young motion effort protect reputations investors managers chain command. "they seeking keep everything secret. 20 items protect," regardless findings, department health already lowered hammer ordering $7,000 penalty. learning masters six-year-old emma macartney stares self-portrait renaissance artist claude monet, group spring break public library participate "virtual tour" museum art.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-04-05|
|Date of Original||2006-04-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-04-05|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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