(Special Dispatch to the Boston Herald.)
GLOUCESTER, March 6. 1904. George D. Slavin of Rockport, 18 years old, in attempting to board the theatre train from Boston, early this morning, while It was in motion, fell under the wheels. His left foot was severed at the ankle, and all the toes of his right foot and all the fingers of his right hand were crushed off by the wheels. Young Slavin is a musician and graduated from the Rockport high school last year. He was on his way home when the accident occurred. A brother of young Slavin was killed by a train at West Gloucester a few years ago.
Boston (Massachusetts) Herald, March 7, 1904.