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FRENCH POLICE. i. t 11 U r1 'I f1.J t THEORY. r.' O' i II 1 TRAIN ACCIDENT. SWANSEA TINPUTE EXPERT IN NO IMMEDIATE DANGER. LATEST MMRTS. I LATEST REPORTS. j Although Mr. George Morgan, the well-known Swansea tinplate sampler, who was found on the railway near Dijon, in France, having either fallen or been thrown from a railway carriage whilst travelling home from Naples, and who is now in hospital, is reported to he progressing as well as can be ex- pected, he has not yet been able to mako any statement which would throw light upon, the mystery. The family, who reside at 11, Bryn- road, were apprised of the discovery near Dijon by a Leader" representa- tive on Saturday. During the day Mrs.. Morgan despatched a message to the police in the French town, and on Sunday afternoon received a reply to the effect- that Mr. Morgan was pro- gressing satisfactorily. The Injures iVJan. I This morning tho family received a letter from the hospital authorities stating that the injuries consist of a fractured shoulder and injuries to the '-ractu i- -M I j head, and that there is no immediate danger. The French police were at first under the impression that Mr. Morgan might have been the victim of foul play, but i+ is now stated that t4ey a,re convinced that the fall from the tra.in was the re- suit of an accident. This theory would seem to be confirmed by the fact that the sum of £10 was found in his hat. Mr. Morgan, as already stated, is a well-known frgure in Swansea dock circles, where the story published in the Leader on Saturday created a great sensation. The Leader's" special correspond- ent at Dijon confirms the statement as to the police theory. Messrs. T. Cook and Son are al; o looking into the matter at our Tequc-st..

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