Clipped From Las Vegas Daily Optic
Calif ornian Is Tenth Fatality QUEMADO iUPH— Lavcrne Rosalie Rossow. 2G, of Arlington. Arlington. Calif., became New Mcxi- co ' s I0th traffic f a taiit V « f when the station wagon on silc was drivin e went off the road on u - s - co ncar Q^viado to and overturned three times. Mrs. Rossow's husband to in inland do ucr- ald. 31. and their 4-yenr- old daughter, Theresa Ann. were injured injured in the accident. The husband husband received n fractured left U;g. and the girl was cut and bruised. Statp Police snirl Mrs. Hossow \VUS liiiOWii iiiji'M Ittu CSi' iiiiCt died about two hours later in a Sbpringervillc. Ariz... hospital. Police blamed strong cross winds and high speed for the accident, which occurred 12 n;ilcs i.'3.';t of Qnomadn ns 1h<; family \vas traveling east on U.S. GO. The weather bureau reported reported average i;or hour in the area of the ac- eicicnt Sunday, with gusts reach- of winds" ofVmii'es ing 40 miles per hour. At this date in 1063. 12 persons had been killed on New Mexico highways.