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 - Ottawa Woman And Daughter Hurt in Crash...
Ottawa Woman And Daughter Hurt in Crash ARNPRIOR, Oct. SO. (Special.) Mrs. Thomas D'Arcy, 35. and her eight-year-old daughter, Elaine, of 535 Llsgar street, Ottawa, suffered serious injuries on Highway 17 near Arnprior, shortly before four o'clock this afternoon, when the front left tire of a car in which they were riding, blew out, throwing the vehicle out of control.' In the front seat of car was r . . . . t Thomas D'Arcy, the owner; ana Ottawa General Hospital in a taxi- After the blowout, the sedar which was travelling east, careen ed across the highway to the j north shoulder then shot back ! cross the pavement and took the south ditch where it sloughed for ; To-some distance. The front of the j t : 1 J ln tW. k..U .! : Afriir1j Awn lnis thai rtnnlr and ' j " !. r- sioou uie car un m nuc. num this position it fell over on its side. a total wreck, trapping the two rear seat occupants. Provincial Constable D. H. Brown investigated. The car was towed into Arnprior a complete loss. his driver, Kenneth O'Connor. 21. of 64 James street, Ottawa, neither of whom were seriously hurt. Mrs. D'Arcy suffered a broken right arm in three places and facial KITCHENER. Ont., Oct. 30. (CP) Approximately 30 Ge.i.ian UnffiiBffn nnu'cnanen were seized abrasions, while the little girl was j from a news.sUnd here during the Girl's Condition Serious. Mrs. D'Arcy and her daughter were admitted to Ottawa General Tt Tl W A .....mi. U. j...- .a -a gins condition as serious. Mrs. D Arcy is under care of Dr. J. C. Rossignol but her con- dition was not considered serious. Seize German Papers From Kitchener Stands injured about the right leg and suffered cuts to the face and pos sible internal Injuries. The two were pinned in the back seat of the car after the accident. Mr. D'Arcy and O'Connor escaped through the front door. With the help of Donald McComb who was working nearby and heard the crash, they succeeded in releasing the women passengers and passing them through the broken windshield. They were rushed- to the Arnprior office of Dr. R. H. McCreary by T. Carter of Elgin street, Sudbury, who was passing at the time, and later removed to week-end. police said today. The issues consisted of three different l-i: A i n I hir Q tin and New York. One of the papers has been under official ban in Canada since October 13, police said. HE GOT TOO CLOSE. MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 30. Clyde StofTel, 29. received hos pital treatment for a needle wound in the arm. He explain- reed: "I was watching a crocheting exhibition and I got too close chap-to the needle." '

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  1. The Ottawa Journal,
  2. 31 Oct 1939, Tue,
  3. Page 11

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