Lake Charles American Press, Wednesday, November 14, 1934, p. 1:
Harry Woolfley Struck by Train, Seriously Hurt
Harry Woolfley, dipping vat inspector of Lake Charles, was seriously injured this afternoon when struck east of here by a train on the Lake Arthur branch of the Southern Pacific.
The wife of Mr.
Woolfley, is reported seriously ill at Saint Patrick's hospital, where her husband was taken after the accident. At the hospital it was reported the man had several fractured ribs, serious lacerations of the head, and possibly a fracture of the skull.
The injured man was alone in his car when struck by the freight train at the East Broad street crossing.
Mr. Woolfley is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Woolfley.
The father is a dairy man.
Lake Charles American Press, Wednesday, November 21, 1934, p. 1:
H. F. Woolfley, Struck by Train Last Week, Dies
Harry F. Woolfley, 41, died at St. Patrick's hospital at noon today from injuries received a week ago when a freight train ran into a truck he was driving at the East Broad street crossing just east of Lake Charles.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete, awaiting arrival of a brother. J. E. Hixson and sons, funeral directors, are in charge.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice Woolfley, who is seriously ill at St. Patrick's, three daughters, Bertha, Bonnie, and
Jean, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Woolfley; two sisters, Miss Margaret Woolfley and Miss Ursula Woolfley, all of Lake Charles; and two brothers, Clement Woolfley, also of Lake Charles, and Major F. A. Woolfley, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas post.