“Farmer’s Daughter Seeks £400 in Damages for Train Accident at Limerick Assizes”

At the Limerick Assizes on Saturday, Catherine O’Brien, a farmer’s daughter, sued the Great Southern and Western Railway Company for £400 in damages due to personal injuries sustained on the 27th of October. O’Brien claimed that while traveling on the company’s line from Dundrum to an undisclosed location, she fell through the door of the carriage and suffered injuries as a result of the alleged negligence of the company’s servants while the train was in motion.

Northants Evening Telegraph – Monday 11 March 1901

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