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    The Lyons Recorder (Lyons, Boulder County) January 21, 1909
    HEAD-ON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO. TWENTY-ONEARE DEAD THIRTY-FOUR WERE INJURED, SOME OF WHOM WILL ...
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    The Fowler Tribune (Fowler, Otero County) January 22, 1909
    ... , freight traius on the Rio Grande at • Dotsero last night, runka second in horror only to the ...
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    The Middle Park Times (Sulphur Springs, Grand County) January 22, 1909
    ... in our midst—on the Denver & Rio Grande at Dotsero in Eagle county . At 9 : 47 o ...
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    The Middle Park Times (Sulphur Springs, Grand County) January 22, 1909
    HEAD-ON COLLISION OF PASSEN GER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO .
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    The Eagle County Blade (Red Cliff, Eagle County) January 21, 1909
    ... HEAD-ON . COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO .
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    The Middle Park Times (Sulphur Springs, Grand County) January 22, 1909
    Glenwood Springs . —The injured passengers at Dotsero were in the smokwas sent crashing into the tourist ...
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    The Grand Valley News (Parachute (Grand Valley), Garfield County) January 20, 1909
    ... ROAD HEAD-ON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO . TWENTY-ONE ARE DEAD
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    Georgetown Courier (Georgetown, Clear Creek County) January 23, 1909
    ... COLLISION OF PASSEN- • GER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO. TWENTY-ONE ARE DEAD THIRTY-FOUR WERE INJURED. SOME OF WHOM ...
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    The Elbert County Tribune (Elbert&Elizabeth, Elbert County) January 21, 1909
    HEAD-ON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO. TWENTY-ONE ARE DEAD THIRTY-FOUR WERE INJURED, SOME OF WHOM ...
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    The Colorado Statesman (Denver, Denver County) January 23, 1909
    HEAD ON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO. TWENTY-ONE ARE DEAD THIRTY-FOUR WERE INJURED, SOME OF WHOM ...
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    The San Miguel Examiner (Telluride, San Miguel County) January 23, 1909
    HEAD-ON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO.
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    The Yuma Pioneer (Yuma, Yuma County) January 22, 1909
    ... • OF PASSEN GER AND FREIGHT TRAIN ; AT DOTSERO .
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    The Republican-Advocate (Sterling, Logan County) January 20, 1909
    HEAILON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO. TWENTY-ONE ARE DEAD THIRTY-FOUR WERE INJURED, SOME OF WHOM ...
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    Georgetown Courier (Georgetown, Clear Creek County) January 23, 1909
    FEARFUL WRECK AT DOTSERO.
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    Rocky Ford Enterprise (Rocky Ford, Otero County) January 22, 1909
    HEAD-ON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO. TWENTY-ONE ARE DEAD THIRTY-FOUR WERE INJURED, 80ME OF WHOM ...
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    The Montrose Press (Montrose, Montrose County) January 22, 1909
    MONTROSE MAN IN DOTSERO CRASH .
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    The Elk Mountain Pilot (Irwin&Crested Butte, Gunnison County) January 21, 1909
    ... AEG, railroad one qoarter of fc mile west of Dotsero at 9.45 o’clock Friday night, because an engineer failed ...
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    The Ordway New Era (Ordway, Crowley County) January 22, 1909
    ... passenger and freight trains on the Rio Grande at Dotsero last night, ranks second In horror only to tho ...
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    The Colorado Statesman (Denver, Denver County) January 23, 1909
    Glenwood Springs.—The injured passengers at Dotsero were in the smokwas sent crashing into the tourist ...
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    The Salida Record (Salida, Chaffee County) January 22, 1909
    HEAD-ON COLLISION OF PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAIN AT DOTSERO. TWENTY-ONE ARE DEAD THIRTY-FOUR WERE INJURED, SOME OF WHOM ...