andrew friedman wagon accident 2 jun 1906
THREE ARUIIJI1D Caught in Runaway at the Friedman Place. - WAGONS OVER - TURNED Several Hundred Eggs From y Huckster Wagon in the Big Mess. i A frightful accident "occurred a the Andrew Friedman VJtDmf.,.two fl miles north of. theottTFriday evening; in which rsirrledmanj George Fried - mart and Asa Callison received in juries, and a wagon' belonging" to the Hantingtonj Brewte.,eompanyand tSgXatiaud TtucWfr'wagoB .were badly wrecked and Mr. - CalliBon lost nearly!all his stock of Country pro duce'' and "provisions. ' '' Georre '' Friedman. - employed as dHvei' for the1 brewing company, had made a delivery of beer . to Bippua and on his return drove up the lane to his parents' home.' Mrs. Friedman, his mother, 'was at the time at the Opening of the lane by the roadside doing some trading at the Calllson huckster wagon. One of the horses became entangled in the harness and scared the other of the team. A run away followed, ohe horse tearing away from the wagon. . The other horse dashed down the lane, pulling the wagon. ' The driver attempted to stop , the scared animal but was run ALVIN L. KELLAM. Candidate for 8urveyor. down and received Injuries In a badly sprained left. ankle and the right hip. At the road end of the lane the runaway crashed Into the huckster wagon, overturning It and running over Mrs. Friedman. ' . ; The venerable lady received a badly bruised leg below the knee the ankle was Injured and her shoulder was sprained.. She also suffers from an Internal shock from which critical developments may - result. " Mr. : Calllson received a cut. back of the left eye.' The brewery' wagon was broken apart and the one horse ran with the front trucks over, a half , mile before it was caught. Mr. Calllson Is located at Luther. At the time of the accident he had over 200 dozen eggs In his wagon,, besides a stock of provisions for trade. All was a conglomerate mass beneath the overturned wagon ".'with broken eggs . much In evidence. Dr. C. W. Fry - was caleld Bhortly;after four, o'clock' to attend the "Injuries - - the three. - Mrs. Friedman's condition is tonWdered most wrtous. ?