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Collision at Kingston.

Kingston, Feb. 16—There was a collision of trains at the G.T.R. junction early yesterday morning, but fortunately with no serious results. The belated western passenger train was coming in when it collided with a freight train on the main line. Two men in the caboose had a thrilling escape getting off with cuts and bruises. Passengers ready to debark at Kingston were thrown down by the collision and several were bruised, but not seriously injured.

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