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A FLINTSHIRE TRAGEDY. 0

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A FLINTSHIRE TRAGEDY. 0 SHOTTON MAN'S FATE. A shocking railway accident, which resulted fatally, occurred at the Great Central Railway Station on Saturday. About 10 o'clock at night a man named William Buck, 44, Jubilee-street, Shotton, aged 52 years, and a foreman roll turner at the ironworks, was seeing a lady friend off by train to Wrexham. As the train was moving out deceased and his friend were shaking hands and by some means ho fell between the coaches on to the line. The wheel passed over his right leg above the ankle, severing it. The train was stopped and the body was picked up and removed to the Chester Infirmary by train, arriving shortly after II o'clock. The unfortunate man died about 6.30 on Monday morning, after having his right leg amputated.

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