Charles W. McArron in accident in Indiana
'Bad Luck' Plagues f a |if n rnia Pair day^H'Onl 1 * ™" . Camping Tfjp PERU-Bad luck was following a I California couple Saturday wher ' lU/uV'tirarA "Trt \TAlvPfl Ifl 3H afClQGnt they were involved 7n an accident . 1--J iUn,"_ ift^J TM/"L'l 1 fY. which wrecked their. 1954 pickup| (truck camping outfit and 20-foot house trailer.. The wife was hospitalized at Dukes hospital with a possible fractured collar bone and a should- |er injury and the husband was | arrested on a charge of improper I passing. State Irooper Fred Biggs, one j [of the invcstgating officers, said that several days ago the camping outfit had been badly damaged by fire. The couple was identified as Charles W. McArron, 60, and his 56-year-old wife, Pearl, of Pa- j mom, Calif. 1 The accident occured at 10:50 a.m. four miles east of Peru on U. S. 24. Trooper Biggs said that McArron McArron started lo pass two eastbound pickup trucks when he met an oncoming oncoming car. He applied the brakes, causing him lo lose control of the truck. It veered lo the'norlhside of the highway, causing the house trailer lo jack knife and break away from "the pickup. Both vehicles vehicles rolled down a six fool embankment embankment and landed on their lops. Total property damages was estimated estimated al $2,000. Mrs. McArron was brought lo Dukes hospital in the Eikenberry ambulance. De- puly Sheriff Lowell Harmon assisted assisted in the investigation.