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 - 110 AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE W. G. Hrooks of College...
110 AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE W. G. Hrooks of College View Injured and His Machine Demolished. Demolished. At 12:30 today two cars, one, by W. C. Brooks, an automobile mm College View, and the other George Saville, mechanic in the ern- ploj of the Wertz Auto company, Lincoln, collided at the intersection ot Seventeenth and M streets. Mr. Brooks was thrown Irom his car i he pavement. His Injuries are painful bur not serious. Saville was not injured. Mr. Brooke was driving east on -treet in a new car and according his ?tory. had slowed down for the :ornei- and was nearly across "the .erfct-ction when Saville, who was PS; south on Seventeenth, struck Both ca'-s turned completely around the btreet. The car drhen by ,vas damaged almost beyond repair, line red.i wheel was completely shat- "terect, ihe wind shield broken and jody mashed. Brooks suffered a bad- y cut. iip in which Dr. Slattery. -·ashea TO the SCSUP, took six stitches, "wo bro!eu teeth, and his left side limbs vvcro bi_dly bruised- Brooks nai Saville wa.s running between cirt; j-'nd £o r ij miles an hour. Saville implied that the other drivei vras

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  1. Lincoln Journal Star,
  2. 03 Dec 1915, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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