3 images. Two freight trains collide under 6th Street bridge, 31 August 1951. General views of damage to cab of locomotive; Marvin W. Lovett (Switchman); Roy H. Adams (Terminal Trainmaster); W.L. Singleton (Ambulance Attendant); Paul M. Genrich )Santa Fe Special Officer); Lanus Bertsch (injured fireman); Leo C. McKinney (victim); Ambulance Attendant Paul Schwartz; Ambulance Attendant James Owens; Russell Roland (Yardmaster).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Brunk. Date: 08-31. Reporter: Rose. Assignment: Two freight trains collide (Santa Fe) under 6th St. bridge. B2: General view of damage done to cab of locomotive in which the very badly injured McKinney rode. Switchman Marvin W. Lovett inspects the damage. B3: Roy H. Adams, Terminal Trainsmaster; Ambulance Attendant W. L. Singleton; and Paul M. Genrich, Santa Fe Special Officer place the unconscious form of Lanus Bertsch, injured fireman, on a Georgia St. Hospital stretcher. B47: Ambulance attendants Paul Schwartz, and James Owens from Georgia Street Hospital with fellow railroad workers of the injured man, give emergency treatment to Leo C. McKinney, who suffered a deep gash in his chest, and other injuries. He had just been taken from the cab of the switch engine. Second from the left is Russell Roland, Yardmaster".