On Thursday, June 12, 1913, the second section of the Boston Express crashed into the first section near the Canal Street Bridge in Stamford. Six people lost their lives and another twenty were sent to the hospital with a wide range of injuries. The Stamford Fire Department was called to the scene of the incident to put out a fire that was caused by the impact and to aid in the rescue of victims.
By Philip Hayes|2021-11-25T03:27:31-05:00November 25, 2021|Categories: 1910-1919, Train Incident|Comments Off on 1913-06-12: Major Train Wreck in Stamford Results in the Deaths of Six People
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About the Author: Philip Hayes
I am a Captain with the Stamford Fire Department and the developer of this website.