Dent County Missouri
Crawford and Dent Counties Suffered Badly During The Storms.
Sikelville, Mo., April 12. - A cyclone swept over the Western part of Crawford and the eastern part of Dent county last night, and, besides doing great property damage, killed many citizens living in its path. At Coudray William Asher, the engineer at the mines, and three men by the name of Lay were killed. Miss Lay was blown away and has not been found. A small child was blown away. W. A. Wilson is seriously injured. Superintendent Coudray of the mines was badly hurt, and his wife was also injured. All the dwellings and a big store were blown down.
At Jadwin's postoffice four men were killed. On Dry creek, Crawford county, the residence of A. M. Green, who is confined to his bed, was torn down by the wind and the old gentleman killed. Farm-houses and barns were destroyed throughout the county, and reports are coming in every hour of persons killed and damage done. [Thursday, April 13, 1893; Kansas City Times (Kansas City, MO) Page: 2, 1]
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