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TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

SERIOUS LOSS OF LIFE.

(PSR PKESS ASSOCIATION.) ••'■i • Ottawa, February 28. ''■■ A train on the Canadian Grand Trunk line fell into a raving to-day, and it is reported that forty passengers were killed. March 1. Additional particulars of the accident 'show that one of the wheels of the locomotive broke, causing the engine to become derailed, and it dragged off a dining car and also one of the Fullmans md an ordinary carriage. The scene was most appalling Ten persons were killed outright and forty injured. Of the latter it is not expepted that many will recover.

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TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2077, 2 March 1889

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TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2077, 2 March 1889

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