Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
lance, and then waa removed to hospital. Largs Crewd Gathers. Tha large crowd Interfered with the efforts of police and firemen to get tha car' to tha shore. Only the bumper could be seen glistening through tha water a few minutes after the crash. Firemen from No. T sta tlon. under District Chief Lane. don, ran a Udder out to the car and attached rope to tha machine. Later a tow truck wa called to drag tha machine into tha bank when ' the efforts of . spectators failed. When tha ear wat finally taken rrora uie water, the. lights still were on. The roof was crushed ia while the windshield was broken. A light 1937 model, it waa owned by George Proud man, a friend of the driver., . i .-,..., .-,..., .-,..., Sergeant Major Deuclss Lee of city police received a call's momenta after the accident and immediately sent radio cart and (I constables from headquarter;. n a live as Kaanvuia. Mrs. St Denis, formerly Jeeaue- Jeeaue- une uesage. was bora in 'Ecan villa, a daughter of- of- Alexander "Sandy" Lesage, now of Ottawa, and tha late Mrs. Lesage. She came to Ottawa years ago and was married In 19J1 to Oscar St Denis.- Denis.- - . ,, .. Until recently when the famllv moved to Somerset street he had attended St Joseph's Church. '