James Moreland car accident

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James Moreland car accident - ED, IN CRASH Roy Simmons, 35, of Near Seccr,...
ED, IN CRASH Roy Simmons, 35, of Near Seccr, Meets Death When Auto in Which He Was Riding is Struck Head-On Head-On Head-On by Another Car Near " Deer Creek Early Yester-' Yester-' Yester-' day Morning Inquest is Continued, Secor, III., June 21. (Special.) Roy Simmon. 3S years old. i.ncier of near Secor. was Instantly killed and even other were Injured, in a head-on head-on head-on collision of autos on the paved road between Deer Creek and (Jood-fleld (Jood-fleld (Jood-fleld at 2 o'clock this morning. nether action will be taken in plae- plae- in the blame for the crash, depends on the result of the Inquest i ne injured are: Miss Jessie Treec, of near Secor, in Mennonite hospital. Bioominston. Mrs. Roy Simmons, both bones in leit arm broken. Taken to hospital kl t-ureka. t-ureka. t-ureka. Merton Simmons, 15. slleht'.v hurt: Wonda Simmot s. l' sllshtiv hurt. ,a!Kut 4j o clock Saturday morn-James morn-James morn-James Moreland, of near Secor. m hel1 n explosion in his Ford hospital al Kureka, left ear torn I tourlns car occurred at Camp Creek nearly off. face badlv cut and left. r:de' near h,r'- h,r'- while he was en-hand en-hand en-hand badlv cut. j route from PeLand'to White Heath. W. J. Daly, Lake Park. Il!.,n::eht!y ! tv' w'nesaes to the accident re-hurt re-hurt re-hurt " Parted that Mr. West's body was Harry Taylor, Lake Park. Tl, !blow n into ln lr distance of 40 allchtly hurt. . pr. ' 'eet and over the telephone Woman whose name was noti,"'r" lnl tce cr bottom. The learned, slightly hurt. neaa ra "ac were unmarred but The Simmons family and neiah- neiah- 'h ' bd'y mangled. The bors of near Secor had been at Deer' nr,,t n,Jurst was held Saturday fore-Creek fore-Creek fore-Creek attending a social gathering i J,00"' resulting In the verdict that and had Just started home In their js'r- js'r- "e,t can' to his death from Ford sedan when a Dodge coupe;,h exjuosion of an automobile In driven by Daly, accompanied bv Tav. hich h WR riding, the cause of lor and the woman whose name was""" " nng unknown. not learned, approached rapidly from v avm.uvu, ,iivnLlinj mJ.llij UVIII i the east, according to witnesses, a! car, occupied by Secor people and driven In Ih by the Daly car and had a hub taken off. It la thought that this made -Daly -Daly lose control and his auto collided collided with the sedan head on. Not one of the m occupants of the Plmmons car escaped Injury. The 'Impact was so hard that the auto was demolished yond repair. The Dodge car wa badly damaged on one aide and tn front. No action will b taken to place blame for the accident, pending holding of the coroner's Inquest, Inquest, according to Sheriff. Bru-baker Bru-baker Bru-baker of Woedfcrd eounty. The ac cldent occurred a short distance across the Tazewell county line. Daly had been asked to appear at the , Inquest. A preliminary hearing was held today at 1 Paso, by Ceromrr : Tallyn of Mtnonk, and the Inquest ' continued for several day until those injured are able to appear The two S.mmons children. on and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy i Rlmmons, were able to be taken to their home. The Lake Park n-.en n-.en n-.en and the woman were not seriously hurt, though Daly Is said to have lost much blood from severe cuts. Mr. Simmons, who resided two mile south of Secor. was a son of Wank flmmona, Secor. Besides his wife and children, he la survived by brother and sister In Peortv Mrs tmmor. 1 the daughter of Mr. and Mr. John Iiavldwn. former Feor resident, now residing at Peters, barg. Sunday tourist, visiting the cen f the accident, were Impressed b he great amount of Mood pttrd aver the pavement and ground. That urn of the occupant rf the car, three la the eoui-e eoui-e eoui-e and six In the ee. tan. escaped without Injury. 1 s!g- s!g- ' nlfleant that the ears met with terrific terrific fore. Stories ef just hnw the accident secured verr. SEVEN HURT ON HARD ROAD DELAND MAN IS KILLED BY BLAST Call Second Inquest on Death of John West, After Cap is Discovered. WHILE RIDING IN AUTO PeLnnd, Jane 21. (Special) A second coroner's Inquest, occasioned by the discovery at the scene of the accident of a little Instrument, very much like a go-devil go-devil go-devil can used in the elF.os;on or dynamite or nltroglyce rme. last night resulted In a verdict oi aeatn from an explosion, presumably presumably from some high explosive, in the dea:h of John West, which occurred occurred justf north of here Saturday morning. Mr. West, 5 years old. and a rest. aent of ILand. was instantly killed Was Well Contractor. - " Ir- Ir- 'ho was a well digger '. n1. concrete contractor, frequently ' 'clur ,n" " " to nn explo I sive that the accident was due. Th finding of the go-devil go-devil go-devil cap. If It were that, seemed to point to that supposition, supposition, so the Jury was recalled Coroner L. W. Stitt visited th West home Saturday, and found a boi there about two-thirds two-thirds two-thirds full of dvna-mite, dvna-mite, dvna-mite, thus establishing the fact that Mr. West had a supply of ex. losives on hand. .Members of the Jury were R. E. Alcorn, foreman: Oeorse Haines. W. B. McE',ror, c. W. North, J. E. Warehlme and R. J. Murphy. The only surviving relatives of Mr. West are Lis wife and on brother, Elmer. Mr. and Mr. West cam to beLand 10 years ago from Ohio. China Too Hot for Urbana Man; Returns Urban. Jun 20. i Special.) R. M. Boas, son of Rev. W. C. Ross, toi South Race street, who for the It nine year ha been manager cf th Standard OH company s intereat In China, arrived In lrharu last Blcht. aecnratii.l k. u V-d V-d V-d their two children, determined, to be thru with Chin henceforth because of the riotous condition how sauting there. "Pre reports tare not exagger- exagger- ir.m situation in th least." said Renew Battle Over r. i. oss. it,; morntiiff "Wm u-ri u-ri u-ri I bec.us. cf IU knowmi fhat Thl .i, us.lr.n i. kA 'hi' '-1 '-1 '-1 for. It begTn. l, get be-ter be-ter be-ter - " yl , : ,

Clipped from The Pantagraph22 Jun 1925, MonPage 2

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)22 Jun 1925, MonPage 2
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