|Thursday, September 25, 1884||The Toronto World||Page 1|
A brakeman's narrow escape.
St. Thomas, Sept. 24.—Milton Donnelly, a Grand Trunk railway brakesman belonging to Point Edward, was standing on top of a car as it passed below the London and Port Stanley railroad bridge near here yesterday. He was struck in the face by a beam and knocked senseless. A medical examination showed that besides a broken nose and several bad bruises about the head he was not seriously injured.