Deer strike Orleans Rd. 1969

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Deer strike Orleans Rd. 1969 - (Continued on Page 9) Blauch Youth Still...
(Continued on Page 9) Blauch Youth Still 'Critical' Charles K. Blauch II, 20, of Warrior Drive, Cresaptown, reported "slightly improved" but still in ·'critical" condition last night at Sacred Heart pital where he was admitted Saturday morning with injuries received when his car struck deer. The youth was injured Thurs- - ,-~v.*.. . u ^ u i j u i t u - L I I U evening when his car a deer near the Orleans pass, but was not found until t u Saturday morning by a passing motorist. ' are being urged to The impact killed the deeri i n vhich landed in the back of the car and caused t h d a y vehicle to go into a deep out of sight of passing motor- wer - ists. Guy Stonestreet, a truck driver saw the wrecked csr from the high cab of his and investigated the wreckage. He then called Maryland State Police. The Blauch youth sustained head injuries, shock and ex- posure. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Blaueh, knew he was due home for a visit and had searched for him. and X-r.oy technician trainee Washington Hagerstown. County Hospital,

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  1. The Cumberland News,
  2. 06 Oct 1969, Mon,
  3. Page 10

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