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FATALLY INJURED. ?
STRUCK BY MAIL TRAIN. .AGED CHINAMAN'S DEATH.
: .' . TULLY, May 22^
Yaá Yee; ,a Chinaman, aged 75, . whilst walking,along the railway
line between -Tully, station and . < Banyan: bridge, was run into by : v the' : southern-bound Cairns mail
train, sustaining a compound abd - commuted fracture of both ankles
> and ia probable fracture of the - ' ¡i- skuIL He died whilst being ? con
... veyed by the .Tully Ambulance to ; '
!the Tully General- Hospital.'1' ;
FAILED TO HEAR. > -
j. Deceased,, ?^ho^-^.is., s^|df.t.fj»a&.jy. ^ "a'fflîctê^with deafness, .was ^ proceed^
ing tb. ¡his : vh'ome¿.., .and,*'¿ap^párently ki. ;a failed y io hear, the' oncoming train. . f He had resided ; in theLr distócfifjDT; . abpiit seven, years, and+..previously s
:ha'd worked on the
'Georgetown and Babinda^vy '..\\ji<f '" A COINCIDENCE..
Obout six monthsi: agó, ..Yan Vee .wits the first operspn to" 'fihdithe mangled remains;- of Daniel Sheehan along the railway line between-'Feluga
and.Tully. ;': >???? '\,
.Twenty-rone pounds in notes were* .
-found on deceased.