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On January 38, 1921, there was a head-end colli sion between a freight train and a work extra on the Union Pacific Railroad near Knight, Wyoming, which resulted xn the death of 1 employee and the injury of 11 employees. After investigation of this accident the Chief of the Bureau of Safety reports as follows* Location. This accident occurred on that part of the Western Division extending between Green River and Evanston, Wyoming, a distance of 100.2 miles, which in the vicinity of the point ofdoi:10.21949/1506966 fatcat:fxkpjncqkfd6xgcqrj7emz3cyu