Ida May Death

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its a all to the be expenditure the cost of the critical condition. FORMER SANEL WOMMVICTIM Mrs. Ida D'Egilbert Fatally Injured In A Wreck VICTIM SUCCUMBS Ending a 40-hour losing fight against death, during which specialists rushed from San Francisco to perform perform an emergency operation, operation, Mrs. William D'Egil­ bert, the former Ida Jewell, died Friday night at seven o'clock in Healdsburg General General Hospital. Mrs. D"Egllbert has.;a sister, Mrs. Ruby Cod- din^i^'livlng In Santa Rosa. A brother, George Jewell, lives in Upper Lake. Deceased Deceased was 44 years of age. Her grandfather, Tennessee Bishop, was an early-day Sonoma county sheriff. Mr. D'Egilbert, also injured in the accident, will recover. William D'Egilbert, commissioner commissioner general of the Redwood Empire Exposition commission, and his wile, Mrs. Ida D'Egilbert, were seriously injured early Wednesday Wednesday when their automobile crashed through the approach railing of the Alexander Valley bridge, five miles from Healdsburg, Healdsburg, and plunged over a 25-foot embankment. Long Under Car. Both were pinned beneath their overturned car three-quarters of an hour before Henry Sonnick- son, Alexander Valley rancher, attracted by their faint cries for help, summoned an ambulance from Healdsburg. Are Badly Hurt. Mr. D'Egilbert suffered a fractured fractured right shoulder and shock, while Mrs. D'Egilbert, more seriously seriously injured, .sustained crushed chest, several fractured ribs, lacerations lacerations to the right leg, severe shoulder injuries, fractured pelvis pelvis and internal injuries. Lived In Valley. Mrs. Ida D'Egilbert was a daughter of the late Mrs. George Hood who, with Mr. Hood formerly formerly owned the Fountain ranch below Hopland and both are well known in this part of the state. Liquor Enlorcement Officer F. L. Fisk has been on the Mendocino Mendocino coast the past few days. the over 678 conducted checker a.m. from Monday. passing up the the was traffic data the the also on was for wife was Mrs. in

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  1. Ukiah Republican Press,
  2. 14 Jul 1937, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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