Bunnel1, Florida
Thursday, December 3, 1925


Two Negroes, Ad Cox and one named, Sebling, were instantly killed Saturday morning about eight o'clock while crossing the railroad near Espanola, by passenger train No. 42, F. E. C., from Miami to Jacksonville. .

The Negroes were driving a truck loaded with barrel stave blocks.

A coroner's jury was empanelled to investigate the affair, but due to lack of evidence did not complete their deliberations Saturday. The case was continued until Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, according to reports.

It is reported that the truck was completely demolished and considerable damage was done to the train.