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120 years ago

February 10, 1893

John Titus of Genoa, who is employed by Joseph Marzan of Truckee, was seriously injured Sunday. He was driving a team hitched to a sleigh to the slaughterhouse, and on the return trip the snow plow had completely filled a cut with snow just under the railroad bridge. Titus did not notice the ties of the track so near his head until the horses and gotten through the pass. He ducked his head, but the ties of the bridge scraped his shoulders and back causing a dislocation in may places.

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