Clipped From The Evening Standard
of to of the Helen, of the crash Edward Avc., Mr. the m. Woman, Boy Hurt In Fall From Garage Pair Had Been Sleeping On Roof To Escape Heat A 49-year-old Oakland Avenue woman and her young grandson who walked off a garage roof tvhich they had been sleeping :ast night and fell 18 feet, were n satisfactory condition today in Unionlown Hospital. Hospital attendants said Mrs. Alice Dayner of 115 Oakland Vve., fractured both wrists and ler nose and sustained facia] acerations when she plunged to the ground early this morning. Her grandson, Joseph Dayner, S, suffered, contusions of the right leg and abrasions of the r acc. They were admitted to the hospital hospital at 2:30 a. m. They were akcn there in the Uniontown 'ircmen's ambulance. W. F. Dutton, a neighbor .who !so lives at 115 Oakland Ave., said his wife heard a thump ,c went outside to investigate. 1 heard some noise outside," Dutton said, "but I thought it lust a couple of cats." Mr. Diitlon quoted Mrs. Dayner is saying she and the boy were sleeping out on the flat garage roof to escape the heat. Hovever, he later became chilly and awak- :ncd the lad to go inside. She apparently turned the vrong way, and dropped off the Â·oof. "She must have landed on icr face," Mr. Dutton said.