BUN DOWN BY A TRAIN.
William Oingberg, a section band on
the Lake Shore, was killed near the
Wheeling Belt crossing this morning about 10 o'clock. Mr. Ding-berg was working along the tracks when some cars were switched down upon him. &ix cars passed over him. Mr. Dingberg was 68 years old and lived at ft£9» Earl street. He leaves a wife and family.
Coroner Storz viewed the remains after the accident.
WILWAE DXRNBESta HUN DOWN BY CUT OF CABS.
WAS WORKING ON TRACK
His Body Was Cut in Two and Ho
Was Otherwise Man¬ gled.
William Dirnberg, a section hand In the employ of the Lake Shore road, was instantly killed about 10:30 yesterday while repairing a strip of track near the belt line on the East Side. It appears that While he was* at work a switching crew backed a cut of cars onto him, crushing out his life- beneath the trucks, iris body was cut in two.
Dirnberg was 58 years old and resided at 610 Earl street. He cleaves a
widow and seven children. The surviv¬ ing sons are: Fred Dlrnberg, of East Broadway, and Adam Dlrnberg, of 720 Earl street. The daughters are: aMiss Jennie Dlrnberg, residing at home: Mrs. Edward Mays, of 949 McKinley avenue; Mr!. George Til ton, of Oak Harbor; Mrs. Edward Salisbury, of 610 Earl street; Mrs. Julius Neumann, °f °ak Harbor.
Coroner Stou was notified of the ac¬ cident, and after viewing the remains, had them turned oyer to Undertaker Parks to be ..prepared for burial.
Mr. Dirnberg was a native of Germany; and came to this country 33 years ago. For many years he resided at Oak Har¬ bor and a year ago last March removed his family to East Toledo. He had been in tho employ of the Lake Shore road for almost 20 years.
The remains will be shipped to Oak Har¬ bor tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock,where funeral and interment will take place.
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