Details of Railway Accidents in the Ottawa Area

1924, June 20 - Passenger train hits a track car near Cardinal, CNR Kingston sub., no injuries.

Morrisburg Leader 27 June 1924

As a bridge and building gang employed by Canadian National Railways was returning on Friday evening from work on a bridge west of Cardinal, their hand-car was struck and demolished by the second section of train No. 14, a special train running from Chicago to Montreal , about 80 rods west of Cardinal. Those on the car, J. Campbell, foreman, Morrisburg; Michael Coscriff, Albert Bonsteel and Charles Mates of Brockville, succeeded in escaping without injury.

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