From Farley v. Wabash R. Co., 153 Ill.App. 493 (1910):

"And while the plaintiff, with all due care and diligence, was then and there riding in said buggy, across the said railroad at the said crossing upon the said public highway there, the defendant then and there by its said servants, so carelessly and improperly drove and managed the said locomotive engine or engines and train that by and through the negligence and improper conduct of the defendant by its said servants in that behalf, the said locomotive engine or engines, and train, then and there ran and struck with great force and violence upon and against the said buggy, and thereby the said plaintiff was then and there thrown with great force and violence, from and out of the said buggy, to and upon the ground there, and was thereby then and there greatly bruised,"