New Jersey News - June 8, 1898 - Tramps Killed by the Cars

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New Jersey News - June 8, 1898 - Tramps Killed by the Cars

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Tramps Killed by the Cars

Several tramps were fighting on the Pennsylvania railroad track at Freehold about a week ago, when a train came along and two of the men were struck by the locomotive and killed. They were John Wilson of New Brunswick and John Durkin of Bordentown. They had just been released from the county jail. Five of the tramps who were in the party were arrested and are now in jail.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, June 8, 1898

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