♦ MEN FALL OVER VIADUCT. (PREBS ASSOCIATION TELEOBAX.) HAMILTON, November 19. . An accident occurred at the Waipa Colliery Company's railway, line. Four men engaged on the maintenance of the line were travelling down from Glen Massey on ttvo trollies, and the rear trolley ran into the front one, both being thrown off the line on a viaduct. Two men, T. Herbert and J. Hill, fell 40 feet to the ground below. • One trolly, which fell off the viaduct, narrowly missed them as they lay on the ground. Herbert had his left leg badly fractured and his jaw fractured, and is suffering from concussion. Hill has a dislocated ankle.
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TROLLIES COLLIDE., Press, Volume LXIII, Issue 19163, 21 November 1927
TROLLIES COLLIDE. Press, Volume LXIII, Issue 19163, 21 November 1927
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