Clipped From The Evening News
Three Persons Injured In Earlv Sunday Crash Three persons were injured, one chest injuries, it was reported. critically, in a collision at 2:40 a. m. Sunday at the intersection of Immediately following the accident, accident, police said, ihe persons in- Spruce and Johnstone Streets. Both volved were in no condition to be ; ' cars involved were losses by police. The condition of one of the driv ers, Capt. Joseph Handy of Camp Lucas, who resides at $15 Young St.. was described as critical by th« War Memorial Hospital. Saul: police said he suffered a ruptured spieen. a fractured ankle and a possible possible fractured skull. called total interviewed. However, police said they believed Synette was driving east on Sruce and Capl. Handv iottth on Johnstone. Statements were taken from Synette and Miss Wright Sunday: Synettf said he was taking: Miss Wright-home. He and Miss \Vrigh: said Synette was heated east at hills, an Allied raiding party was He was taken into surgery Sun- j he slowed'down and then speeded day. arid his condition was describ- 1 up. for the traffic light. Synette. ed as "a. little improved" this ! morning. j The other car was driven by I Gerald Synette of 600 Gros Cap; Ave. He suffered head and shoulder shoulder injuries, and Edith Marie Wright of 560 Carrie St.. a passen-' g-er in the Synette car, suffered : in his statement, said the light was in the process of changing. He said he saw Capt. Handy's car. applied his brakes, and did not remember any more until he came to in the hospital. Police said there were no other witnesses to the accident.