Transport: Wrecks

Not in years have so many railroad wrecks (seven) in so short a time (three days) killed so many people (46) and injured so many others (111) as they did last week in the U. S. and Canada.

Leaf into Local. Tooting through the night, Grand Trunk-Canadian National Railways' proud International Limited (Montreal-Chicago) was brought to an unscheduled halt near Dundas, Ont. Ahead the engine's searchlight picked out a dark jumbled mass. Walking down the tracks trainmen heard moans, screams, shouts. Farther on they saw scattered Christmas presents, a blood-spattered doll with smashed legs,...

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