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r Railway Accidents. i I BOARD OF TRADE RETURN. I The general report to the Board of Trade upon I accidents that have occurred on the railways of the United Kingdom during the year 1895 was issued to-day. The number of killed was 1,024. Of these 83 were passengers, but only five of them met thfcir deaths from accidents to trains, the I remainder losing their lives from other oauses, including any accidents from their own want of caution or mieoonduct. The servants of companies or contractors killed numbered 442, and other persons, inclading trespassers and suicides and those run over at level crossings, 499. The total number of persons injured, including all injuries, however slight, was 4,021, of whom 399 passengers ware hurt by accidents to trains and 710 from other causes. Servants of companies or con- tractors injured numbered 2,654, and other persons 258. In addition to the above the companies have returned 66 persons killed and 6,297 injured from accidents that occurred on their premises, but which were not oonnected with the movement of railway vehicles. The tonal number of passenger journeys, exclusive of journeys by season ticket holders, was 929,770,909 for the year 1895, or nearly 18,500,000 more than in previous years. Calculated on those figures the proportions of passengers killed and injured during 1895 from all causes were one in 11.202,059 killed aud one in 838,367 injured. In j 1894 the proportions were one in 7,789,854 killed and one in 780,319 injured.

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