Fireman Johnson Badly Scalded and Will Probably Not Recover--Storm Washed Sand on Track Which Caused Train to be Derailed.
The south bound Lake Erie passenger train No. 21 was derailed just north of Tyner this morning at 5:45 o'clock. The train was running at a rate of about twenty-five miles an hour when it struck a sand mound which had been washed onto the track by the heavy rain last night. The engine and express car were over- turned and went into the ditch.

The engineer escaped without serious injury but fireman Johnson was badly scalded and it is not probable that he will recover. There were many passengers on board the train but none of them received injuries.

At noon Friday no wreck train had arrived to clear away the wreckage and the engine, tender and express car still laid on their back in the ditch.

The engineer saw the sand on the track before the engine struck it but not in time to stop the train.