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 - and everything went black. I don't know what...
and everything went black. I don't know what happened. - First thing I knew the ear was la tha water and I was sanainc on to It on the outside. I tried to break the glass in tha beck window window with my feet, so that my lister could get out The other two had already got to the bank. I dont know how they got out I think I wa out there five minutes minutes before help cam.". Wilbert ' Corcoran, who was treated at hospital and than allowed allowed to go home, told The Journal Journal he did not know what happened. happened. Tha first thing ha knew the ear was in tha water. Ha had oa idea how be reached the bank. The scene of the crash, at the southern end of Dow 'a Lake where tha canal empties into it, is one-third one-third one-third of a mile from the Branson . avenue bridge. The crossing over which tha car was travelling is a particularly dan-geroue dan-geroue dan-geroue one and In recent years several cars hav plunged into the lake when travelling into the city. Blind Creasing. Both approaches to tha crossing,

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  1. The Ottawa Journal,
  2. 16 May 1939, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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