Children Escape Injuries When Truck Strikes Bus- W.B.Harmon bus driver.
Children Escape Injuries When Truck Strikes Bus (Special Staff Correspondence) HIGHLAND, Feb. 19. Highland narrowly escaped a tragedy today when the elementary school ,bus, carrying 35 children, was struck by a truck. Driven by W. B. Harmon, Harmon, the bus was traveling north on central avenue below Base Line when Joe Sherman, driving a truck owned by Harvey Williams, is reported reported to have backed out of a private driveway, striking the bus by the door on the front and completely completely ripping the side off, nearly to the rear of the vehicle. Though the conveyance was badly damaged, no children were hurt and are reported, after the first shock, to have been quite excited excited over the thrill of the experience. experience. The truck was also reported reported damaged. Co., and is spending a couple of weeks in Los Angeles, overseeing some special work for his company, having come west by plane. He visited the Tuckers when he was in the officers training camp in San Francisco in 1918. He was taken to see the Twenty-fourth Twenty-fourth Twenty-fourth National National Orange Show on Saturday evening. Miss Florence Aplln attended a dinner of the Tawasl club of the Redlands university Friday evening at Grossmont hall. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark and daughters, Madeline and Doris, of Los Angeles, came up for an over-Sunday over-Sunday over-Sunday visit at the home of Mrs. Rosa Clark and accompanied by Mrs. Clark they drove to Boulder dam Saturday, returning Sunday. Bryan Clark and Miss Mary Dahl,