|Wednesday, August 20, 1924||The Toronto Daily Star (Toronto)||Page 1, col. 8|
Three slightly injured when train derails.
Train No. 3 from Toronto to Winnipeg was derailed last night, one and three-quarter miles south of Lefroy, two passengers and baggageman being slightly injured. The injured are as follows:
L. H. Jranlan, 13456 Greeley st., Detroit, had his left ankle bruised; M. Murphy, 133 John street, Toronto, had his left leg slightly bruised and head slightly injured.
The cause of the derailment has not as yet been determined. The engine and tender, baggage car, colonist and tourist car and one day coach left the tracks. Three Pullman cars and diner remained on the rails. The engineer and fireman were not injured.
Train No. 3 was brought back to Toronto and went forward over the Bala subdivision this morning. The line was opened this afternoon.