George Portt Auto Accident Ottawa Journal Aug 11, 1980
hi tolled on roads on re Six persons were killed in traffic accidents in the region this weekend more than normal for the weekend after Aug. 1. An Ottawa man was killed Friday . night after his car left the road near Aylmer. Denis Laplanle, 20, of 375 Lindsay St., died when his car hit the tree at the side of Highway 148 at about 11:30 p.m. He had been west- Huyck sold to British ARNPRIOR (Special) Huyck Canada, one of the town's largest and most stable industries, and the parent . United States-based Huyck Corp., have been sold to B.T.R. Ltd. of England. Colin Cranham, public relations officer for the Amprior branch, said it is ' - not expected the sale will effect employees generally in any way. Huyck Canada moved here In 1918 under the name of Kenwood Mills, Ltd., when the company purchased a small plant on William Street, owned by Griffith & McNaughton. Since thenf - the firm has been expanding. At present, it employs about 300. MfNRY HT AID 'JOURNAL goon bound on the highway and trying to negotiate a curve about seven kilometres west of Aylmer when his car left the road. He was alone in his car at the time. Two Dunrobin men were killed at about 1:30 Saturday when their pickup truck blew a tire on Regional Road 20 near Kinbum, and crashed Into a culvert. Dead are 30-year-old Carl Graham and 50-year-old George Portt. , . A Kingston man was killed Saturday morning when he was pinned under his car after it rolled over on County Road 5 near Admoston Township. ' James Stokes, 45, was killed after his car left the eastbound lane at a curve and rolled on top of him in a clump of trees at about 1:45 a.m. Saturday. ' A Chapeau man may have suffered a heart attack at the wheel which resulted in his death Saturday morning near Sheenboro. Reme Marion, 47, died after his car ran off a side road after he tried to pass another car on a curve. . A Masson, Que., man was killed early yesterday morning after running a stolen car off a curve on Highway 148. A spokesman for QPF said 18-year-old Charles Lahaie was killed at about 3:45 a.m. after the car left the road in Lochaber, rolled over and burst into flames.