|Ottawa Citizen 4 February 1937
Auto Strikes Train Occupants Uninjured
APPLE HILL, Ont., Feb. 2 Six occupants of a motorcar driven by Joseph Longton narrowly escaped death or serious injury Monday evening when the auto crashed into the side of a passenger train as it was proceeding over the crossing near Apple Hill station. One train, en route to Toronto, had just passed over the crossing and, not noticing another eastbound train, Longton started across behind the first.
His auto crashed into the first car of the second train, which fortunately was slowing down for the station. The auto was swung around and carried a short distance along the tracks and the bumper torn off, but all the occupants escaped injury. After being placed back on the road the auto was able to proceed under its own power,