1969 Feb 24 - Arthur & Denny Ingalls Car accident
Weekend Accidents Put Two in Hospital At least two persons were hospitalized after weekend accidents in Janesville, one of which was an auto-pedestrian mishap. ^ Cleo Hope Prlvett, 29, Madison, Madison, is in isatisfactory condition condition at Mercy Hospital with undetermined injuries suffered at 5:34 p.m. Saturday when she was struck by a car on Ravine Street, at North Franklin Street. The woman was crossing from east to west on Ravine when a car driven by Robert G. Huber, 20, of 415 N. Oakhill Ave., knocked her to the pavement, police said. Huber was charged with failing to yield the right of way to a pedestrian. Huber told police he was driving his car north on Franklin, then started a left turn onto Ravine, Ravine, when the accident occurred. occurred. In another accident at 7:03 p.m. Saturday, Arthur Ingalls, Ingalls, 31, of 412 Center Ave., was taken to Mercy Hospital 'with possible head in juries when the car in which he was riding, crashed into a dredger dredger in the lOO block of Rockport Rockport Road. Police said Merlyn J. Malueg, Malueg, 24, Antigo, Wis., driver of the car, told authorities he did not see a "dead-end" street sign and continued driving on Rockport Road until until he crashed into the dredger, dredger, owned by the Beloit Pipe and Dredge Co. The dredger was parked and unattended. Malueg and another passenger passenger in the car, Dennis Ingalls, Ingalls, 24, Antigo, Wis., suffered suffered only minor injuries in the mishap according to police. police. No ticket was issued in the accident.