Doris Strote Car Crash

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^4i0%^|'^;'^T^^;r ''* iV*f^$;V''''<,^ l * . riltftfbilf JdtmNAL.SfANDAftB ' as an in MtSS DORIS STttOfE, ROCK* FORD, HURT WHEN FREHPORT CAR CLIMBS ENBANKMENT A Chrysler sedan owned and driven by Barney Cohen, 626 West Lincoln boulevard, towed Into a local local garage following an accident which took place at 1:30 a. m. Sunday Sunday on route 8, two miles east of the easterly city limits, disclosed the worst wreckage in the automobile line that spectators have viewed In some time. As a result of the crash Doris Strote, IB, 1321 Burner street. Rockford, Rockford, is a oatlent at St. Francis hospital, hospital, suffering from dislocated ver- sued under it would not extend be yond May 1, 1934. All licenses would be issued subject subject to state statutes and the fees must be paid semi-annually in advance. advance. Drug stores would be issued licenses to sell packages, without tebftw m the «plfts, and othet Jurtw, ftfld fioiender, 822 South OftK ft^fllie, «hd Incurred In &! the teft *fist and Jacewt- tions Also ia confined to that in* stltutlon, CJdfoen, dflvet of the caf, suffeted ft sprained ankle and bruises. Alma Walton, residing at the santt address as Miss Btrote, injury, Blinded fit Headlights aecldent took place as the party was proceeding to Rockford. Blinded, It Was stated by the lights on an approaching machine, the driver of the Cohen car missed the opening of the railroad viaduct and the automobile plunged upward on the incline leading to the tracks, then rolling over and^strlklng the stone comer of the abutment In Its descent tearing off doors of the car and crushing the body as though It were made of paper. State Highway Officers Harry Strock and Leo Hill were called to the scene of the crash. They arrived as the injured were leaving, and were Informed that no one had been hurt. The officers assisted In gathering gathering up parts of the wrecked car, which were strewn about like pieces of cord wood, loaded them onto a truck and brought them to the city. Reports from the hospital today were to the effect that neither of the persons Injured concerned was critically hurt. Other Accidents of to

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 27 Nov 1933, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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