History and Information on Winson Green in Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire.

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"An inquest was held yesterday by the borough coroner [Mr. Hawkes], at the Public Office, Moor Street, on the body of Sarah White [66], wife of Samuel White, of 75, Foundry Road, Winson Green. On Wednesday the deceased got into train at New Street Station. The train stopped at Winson Green Station, and shortly after it recommenced moving the deceased got up and said, "Is this Winson Green? I must get out here." She was told not to do so by several passengers who were in the compartment, as the train was in motion; but, notwithstanding this, she opened the carriage door, and when endeavouring to alight fell upon the metals, the wheels of some of the carriages passing over her head, causing instantaneous death. The jury returned a verdict "Accidental death."
"Fatal Accident at Winson Green Station"
Birmingham Mail : June 3rd 1882 Page 33

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