Clipped From The Weimar Mercury
Driver Cremated In Truck Wreck Near Waelder W. E. McOnUKh, M-yoar-oM San Antonlan and driver of Brandt Iron Works of San Antonio, was cremated cremated almost beyond recognition when the large truck hi- was driving struck a concrete bridge near Wncldor an<l burned Monday afternoon. The vielim was tnken to :i nim- zales funeral home, where he Inter was Identified by his employer.-! and his wife. Apparently Ihe truck, whose trailer trailer was loaded with JO Ions of structural structural steel, went out of control as It went downhill approaching the bridge. The load was being hauled from Houston Houston to San Antonio. Oonzales County Sheriff L. O. Me- Olnty said fire consumed the truck and part of the trailer. He was able to identify the truck only from its license plates, after which he notified notified the owners. Funeral services for McGaugh were held at Center Point, Texas. He Is survived by his wife and five children.