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SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT BRYNAMHAN.

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SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT BRYNAMHAN. BOTH LEGS CUT OFF. Whilst prooeeding to his work at Glynbeudy Tinplate Works, at Bryn- aminax on Tuesday evening, George Overland (21), pickler, a native of Wol- verhampton, was run over by a goods train and sustained such serious in- juries that after removal to the Swan- sea Hospital both legs had to be am- putated. Overland was near the Brynbach bridge when the aocident happened and valuable first aid was rendered by several railwaymen before the arrival of Dra. J. W. Lewis and Corkey.

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