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MATRON KILLED WHEN MACHINE RAMS THOLLEr Mrs Anna Lippert Dies in Crash at Richland Ave and Mission St Mrs Anna Uppert was killed Instantly and Mrs Marian Daniels 3934A Mission street Injured lata yesterday afternoon when the automobile In which they were driving - and a United Railroads street - car crashed together at Richland avenue ana If lesion street IJrs Daniels a licensed woman jitney driver owns ana was driving the automobile The accident happened when Mrs Daniels turned In front of the street - car - tj jdrlve her machine Into her private garage When the collision happened Mrs Daniels was thrown against the windshield and suffered only minor cuts of tha face Mrs Lippert was hurled Into tho street and her skull was fractured Detective Herman Hextrum who Wls on the street car at tho time of n accident placed Mrs Daniels tin - itr arrest Mra Daniels was treated at the Mission Emergency Hospital The re - port nr conjftlon on tna hospital i rCord states she was Intoxicated g wa UUp aken to tJ Qliy prUon d carej wUn manslaughter and with driving an automobile while In toxlcated According to her account of the ttccdnti loolt Mr Lppirt on a trip to Watsonvljlo several days ago She told the police she had some property there and wanted to go there and collect some rents She took Mrs Lippert for company They had Just srrlved In tha city and were driving Into her private garage Mrs Daniels said when the collision happened Police records at the Mission station show that Mrs Daniels was arrested on April 17 by Policeman John Class - by and charged with reckless driving on Eighteenth street - Mrs lipperts body was taken to the morgue and later her husband Walter Lippert of 480 Bartlett street appeared there and asked to be allowed to see the body He told the coroners aepuiies urn ne naa been separated rrom nis wire for some lttme and that he has a six - year - old son He said he did not knew where his wife had been living Mrs Daniels told the police Mrs Lippert had been living In an apart - ment house on Sixteenth street near Valencia

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 11 May 1920, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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