|Ottawa Journal 11 June 1936|
TRANSIENT IS INJURED.
CHALK RIVER, June 10. When he fell from the engine tender of paasenger train No. 7, Fred Mclntyre. 20, of Callander, was severely injured. Dr. W. W. D. Williams, of Pembroke, was summoned and stated that the victim's left hip had been lacerated and that he sustained severe injuries to his head and arms. Dr. Williams rushed Mclntyre to Pembroke Cottage Hospital. Mclntyre, who waa a transient, had boarded the engine tender at Pembroke with a chum.