To whom it may concern. I found this in the Minneapolis Tribune Newspaper, Nov. 12, 1890 under news from St. Paul:
BOTH ARE DEAD
Yesterday morning at St. Luke's hospital, Peter Haupt died from his injuries received in the Omaha yards, where he was struck by a switching train the evening before. He had been visiting his cousin, F. A. Erling, and together they were walking down the track. Both were struck, and Erling died a few minutes later. Haupt was not thought to be seriously hurt, but internal injuries caused his death. Both were middle aged men and leave families. Erling was a storekeeper for the railroad and had been with them nearly four years. Deputy Coroner Amoss has not yet decided as to an inquest.
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