|Ottawa Citizen 26 October 1921|
Fell From Train.
While the Canadian National train No. 2, from the west, was running near South March about six o'clock this morning the flagman at the rear, Arthur Barnes, 71 Shuter street, Toronto, lost his balance and fell off. The man was not missed until the train entered the Union station. Search was then made back along the line and the unconscious man was found lying by the.track. Woodburn's ambulance was summoned and the injured man taken to St. Luke's hospital where he recovered consciousness. He was severely cut about the head and suffering from shock but is reported to be in no danger.