FLAGMAN DROPS DEAD AFTER SEEING COLLISION
December 27, 1922 Home Edition
BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec. 27.—William McLowery, a flagman for the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad, dropped dead Monday night from heart failure after witnessing a collision of a United States mail truck and an automobile at his crossing.
The flagman stopped a train which was rushing toward the wreckage of the machines, gave his name to a policeman and then fell unconscious. He died a few minutes later.
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