George Moul accident-Nov 1927
meeting meeting she number succumbed recently and survive. DEATH RESULT OF FRACTURED SKULL A fracture of Ihe skull, suffered at about 6:30 o'clock Thursday morning a collisio along the Lincoln highway, half mile west of Hallam, proved falal lhal Tiigbl to George Moul, of Stoney Brook, nl Ihe West Side sanitorium, York. He was aged GO years, 3 months and 1C days. The aged man was employed bv R. J. Haar, caretaker on the Lincoln highway, in the capacily of furnishing a one-horse wagon lo haul material used in repair work on the Lincoln highway under Hsar's supervision. Moul was his way to Haar's home in Hallam the accident occurred. He was occupying: occupying: the seat on the wagon. Hkrry Stauffer, of near Stoney Brook, was driving his automobile in the direction s Moul was traveling. For some reason, StauiTer apparently did notice the wagon in f r o n t of he was almost upon it. He hurriedly t u r n e d bis machine to the left the highway and the right fender the wagon and lifted i f Â»"fl5r-? en t]y high enough to cause Moul to be thrown be road. ''Â·"lUWiTjprjjjuiiu.|)i:i ' Â» Hushed To West Side ' Stewart Slricklcr, of Hallam, who happened along soon aflcr the accident, placed Ihe injured man inlo his cnr rushed him lo Ihe Wesl Side sanitorium. He was unconscious when admitted had not regained consciousness up un- lil the time of bis death. Moul leaves three sons, Daniel, with whom be made bis home: George Jr.. and John Moul, all of Stony a sislcr, Mrs. Anna Kctterman. of nnd four brothers. John Moul and Moul, York; Robl.-Moul, Abbottstown, nnd Henry Moul, East Berlin. Coroner L. U. Zccb decided that inquesl was nol necessary. Slories of Ihe accident, ns related by witnesses, were similar nnd on the strength of those, Dr. Zcch decided that death accidental. Assisting the coroner in investigation was Corporal John Kimcs of the stale motor patrol. They discovered discovered that a heavy fog prevailed during Ihe morning ami that Moul failed lo have a light on bis wagon.