TEAM PLUNGES INTO RIVER.
Tearing through the heart of the city and dashing across the Northern Pacific tracks just at the edge of Central park, a farm team hitched to a load of lumber yesterday plunged over a forty-foot bank into Red Lake river, both horses drowning. The water was twenty-five feet deep, and after swimming nearly across the river the team swung around, the load of lumber floating behind them, and attempted to swim back, but sank in the center of the river. Joseph Gauche, a carpenter, who was holding the team, was hurled from the wagon and probably fatally injured.
Grand Forks Evening Times, 8/28/1913