Wednesday, February 6, 1878 The Globe (Toronto) Page 4, col. 6

City news.

Accident at the Yonge-street station.—Yesterday morning while one of the freight porters was employed unloading a car of dressed hogs at the Yonge-street station of the Great Western Railway, he slipped and fell on one of the rails, severely cutting his head. The wound is not considered dangerous.

Railways: G.W.Ry.