Shutt, william, killed

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Shutt, william, killed - Three Killed on Grade Crossing Sewell, N. J.,...
Three Killed on Grade Crossing Sewell, N. J., Sept 20—(flV-A father, his son and a third man were killed today when their automobile was struck by. a Pennsylvania- Reading Seashore Lines commuters train on a grade crossing an eighth of a mile from their residence near here. The dead were: William Shutt, 58, of Tylers Mill road an employe of a Philadelphia furniture company; William Shutt, Jr., 17, and George Forman, 50, who lived with the Shutts. A witness, Olaf Forestad, said the Shutt's automobile drove onto the crossing a second before the three car train bound from Mlllville, N. J., to Camden, N. J., passed. Wreckage of the car was dragged 100 feet and burst into flames. Commuters aboard the train were shaken up but uninjured.

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  1. The Record-Argus,
  2. 20 Sep 1941, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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