|Ottawa Journal 2 September 1925|
Instantly killed by C. P. R. Train
Renfrew, Sept 2 - Struck By the C. P. R. Eganville passenger train at 11. 15 today, Charles Cochrane, 23 years old, employe of the Renfrew Machinery Company, was instantly killed. He felt sick while at work in the factory and decided to return to his boarding house. He was taking a shortcut across the tracks when he was killed. It is believed he tried to save himself too late, as only one foot was cut off. Cochran arrived in Canada from England last spring. He lived here with his brother, who came to Canada with him. An inquest will be held.