So I had to research that part on my own.
Trams at the time ran at around 10kph.
Supposedly he saw a tram coming, took a step back and got hit by another tram.
As his main concerns were architecture and the church, he looked homeless.
Some time after the accident, someone did call for a doctor who declared him dead.
Some time later, he was brought to a hospital, provided the care that a beggar would receive and died 3 days later. Only being identified some time after being admitted.
Given that it was 1926 and he was almost 74, it’s hard to say how much immediate care would have helped anyway.
Career goals. I feel like I'm already halfway there.