|Tuesday, April 2, 1912||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 15|
Freight train wrecked.
Cars collided with two buildings—Great damage at Burgessville.
Special Despatch to The Globe.
Woodstock, April 1.—The contents of five cars of wheat, two of coal, and one of cement lie scattered around the G.T.R. tracks at Burgessville as a result of the wreck of a freight train there to-day. The train had about fifteen cars on, and near the station, going at a good speed, it struck broken or spread rails, and some cars dashed into the buildings belonging to A. Mollin, while others collided with another building belonging to R. A. Siple. Both buildings were seriously damaged. No one was injured.
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