Joe Logan hurt in auto crash near Picher - Apr 1934
Two Hurt in Auto Crash Near Picher PICHER, April 28—Joe Logan, son of J. G. (Cap) Logan, living five miles west of Picher, and Claude Webb, a former neighbor, were injured in a motor car accident accident Friday afternoon at a West A street intersection two miles west of Picher. Logan received a fractured right hand and bruises about the body, necessitating medical treatment, while Webb, driver of the car in which the two were riding, escaped with only a slight back injury. Logan was taken to Picher hospital hospital immediately after the accident, where he remained until Saturday. The accident was a result of colliding colliding of two machines. Both Logan Logan and Webb were thrown from their car, which was badly damaged. damaged. The name of the driver of the other car was not learned here. He escaped injury.