James and Emory Bagshaw crash-TDN-p.11-28 July 1951

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James and Emory Bagshaw crash-TDN-p.11-28 July 1951 - A utos Driven By Father And Son Crash; 7Injured...
A utos Driven By Father And Son Crash; 7Injured Two automobiles were damaged $750 and seven persons were injured injured in an accident on Legislative Route 07024 at Canoe Creek, Blair Count}'. The cars, operated by father and son and traveling in opposite directions, crashed almost almost headon at the site of the New Enterprise Stone & Lime Company quarry. The injured persons, all related, are not in serious condition. Two were admitted to the Mercy Hospital Hospital in Altoona and the remaining' remaining' four received dispensary treatment. The cars were operated by James Garfield Bagshaw, 61, of R. D. 2, Hollidaysburg, • and Ms son, Emory Bagshaw, 31, of 804. Second Street, Williamsburg. James G-. Bagshaw is a native of Huntingdon County and for many years was an employe of the Huntingdon Post Office. The Bagshaw families in this area are related to the injured man.' The injured are: Mrs. Edward Loose, 57, of Williamsburg; Patricia Patricia Bagshaw, 3, of Williamsburg—both Williamsburg—both are patients in the Mercy Hospital; Mrs. Jean Bagshaw, Bagshaw, 29, mother of Patricia Bagshaw; Bagshaw; Emory Bagshaw, 31, husband husband of Mrs. Jean Bagshaw; Marque Bagshaw, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Bagshaw; Mrs. Vaughn Lang, 25, of Williamsburg, Williamsburg, daughter of Mrs. Loose and a sister of Mrs. Bagshaw,' and James G. , Bagshaw, father of Emory Bagshaw. The latter five received dispensary treatment. Emory Bagshaw was traveling- north on Route 07024 which goes past the New Enterprise Lime and Stone Company quarry at Canoe Creek, and his father .was traveling traveling south. Pvt. F. R. Palmeri, assisted by Pvt. Daniel Bradley of the Hollidaysburg Hollidaysburg detail of the State Police, Police, said that a layer of limestone dust ranging in depth from one- half to one inch covered the road in the area of the accident. A car passed immediately prior to the accident and stirred Up a swirl of dust which 'blinded James Bagshaw. His car went I over the left of center and into j the opposite line of traffic. Both cars were traveling at the lowest lowest possible speed. because of the dust at the time of the impact. Front end damage to the Emory Emory Bagshaw car was estimated at $500 and front end damage to the James Bagshaw cai-, 5250. The cars were 1947 and 1948 models, police said. Mrs. Loose suffered a possible left wrist and shoulder fracture and brush burns of both legs; Patricia, 3, had three facial lacerations lacerations in which a total of 27 sutures were taken. She is to have an X-ray of the skull taken for possible head injuries. Emory Bagshaw suffered a nose injury and his wife was shaken up. Their son, Marque, S, suffered brush burns of the left knee and \ possible fracture of the left leg. Mrs. Lang, sister of Mrs. Bagshaw, Bagshaw, suffered a possible fracture of the left ankle and a laceration of the right leg. Mrs. Loose and. Mrs. Lang were in the Emory Bagshaw car. James Bagshaw, father of Emory, Emory, who was the other Operator, suffered a laceration of the forehead forehead and one inside his nose. J. C. Blair Memorial HOSPITAL NEWS July 27, 1951 Census 111 Admitted: Mrs. Helen Dell, Mapleton Depot. Depot. Robert Mills, 325 Church Street. Mrs. Elsie Speck, 819 Mount Vernon Avenue. Lillian Gregory, Alexandria. Delia HolUb'augh, '& Hiversids, Kistler. Mrs. Feme Jones, 513 5. Jefferson Jefferson Street, Mount Union. Mrs. Nancy Morgan, 1606 Moors Street. Mrs. Ada Gertrude Satterfisld, Six Mile Run. Gail Guyton, 412 Ninth Street. Ronald Stewart, 52 Pine Street,

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  1. The Daily News,
  2. 28 Jul 1951, Sat,
  3. Page 11

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