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W. L. Graves 2L. Killed by Engine.

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Walter Lucien Graves 2L., of Granville Centre, was struck and fatally injured by an unattached engine, while crossing the railroad tracks at Cambridge Station at 5.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Graves was preparing to take the train for South Acton when he was hit by the engine returning from shifting freight. He was taken at once to the Cambridge Hospital where he died at 9.30 o'clock. Death resulted from a fracture of the skull. His brother, M. D. Graves 2L., as well as his father and mother, who were visiting him, were present when he died.

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