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Carelessness, Lightning and Floods

��A smokestack which was twice struck by lightning. The second time about half a ton of loosened brick fell through thfe roof of the building

���An accident caused by the treacherous character of the soil, which slid down and buried a locomotive and its track

��A locomotive speeding to make up lost time crashed through a mill near Titus ville, Pa., com- pletely wrecking the plant, its stock and machin- ery, but sustaining no injury to itself except broken windowpanes. No passengers were in- jured except from the shock of the impact, the steel coaches effectually safeguarding them

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