| Ottawa Citizen 16 August 1952|
R. Bruneau, MP, Hurt In Fall Off Train
Special To The Citizen
VANKLEEK HILL Raymond Bruneau, MP, Prescott, narrowly escaped serious injury last evening when he tumbled from a moving train at Vankleek Hill Station.
He was rushed in a Berthlaume Ambulance to Notre Dame Hospital, Hawkesbury, suffering from head and shoulder injuries.
Mr. Bruneau had boarded the train with his wife who was travelling to Quebec City, and in attempting a last-minute leap from the fast moving parlor car he fell heavily to the station platform.
Dr. E. Auger, of Vankleek Hill, last night described his condition as "not serious." He is believed to be suffering from slight concussion.