Jeffrey & Gregory Moen - Four Hurt in city accidents
e Four Hurt in City Accidents Four persons were injured, one seriously, and two drivers were charged with failure to yield right-of-way in two automobile automobile collisions occurring at Hastings Way intersections Wednesday afternoon. Jeffrey L. Moen, 16, of 1114 Brookline Ave.,.Eau Claire, is being held in Sacred Heart Hospital Hospital for possible internal chest injuries incurred in an a c c i- dent that took place around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection intersection of LaSalle St. and Hastings Hastings Way. His condition was described as "fair." Moen was a passenger in a car being driven by his brother, brother, Gregory, 19, when it proceeded proceeded into the northbound lane of Hastings Way from a traffic traffic island and was struck by a northbound vehicle being driven driven by Edward Hargrave, 57, of No. 27, Bluff Crest Trailer Court. Hargrave, who received lac erations to the top of his head and right eyebrow and abrasions abrasions to his foot in the accident, was also taken to Sacred Heart $100,000 Damages Asked WomanTrapped Five Days in Elevator Sues CHICAGO (UPI)-A socialite who spent five days trapped in an elevator in her near North Side home filed a $100,000 damage suit Wednesday against the firm hired to maintain the elevator. Mrs. Rosemary Bauer Bull, 58, charged the Otis Elevator Co. with negligence in maintaining maintaining home. Mrs. the elevator in her Bull's ordeal in the She began 113 hours without food or water, imprisoned in a metal cell too small to lie down in. "It was so uncomfortable. It was hard to stay in one position more than 15 minutes at a time," she said. The next day, Mrs. Bull, daughter of the late Republican where he was treated and released. released. Gregory Moen was charged with failure to yield right of way by investigating officers who estimated damages to the Moen vehicle at $1800 and to the Hargrave car at $900. Two children, Larry J o h n- son, 4, and James W. Johnson, six months, were taken to Sacred Sacred Heart Hospital, treated and released for bruises on the head they suffered in an accident accident at Melby St. and Hastings Way about 3 p.m. Wednesday. Police reports said they were passengers in a southbound vehicle vehicle on Hastings Way being driven by Barbara Johnson, 23, Rt. 1, Chippewa Falls, when it collided with a car being driven by Mollie Balliet, 54, of Rt. 1, Augusta, as it pulled onto Hastings Way from Melby St. National Committeewoman Mrs. Bertha Bauer, heard the furnace repairman come to her door. Again she rang the alarm The Balliet woman was charged with failure to y i e 1 d right-of-way at a stop sign and police estimated damages to the Johnson vehicle at $150 and to the Balliet auto at $250. Eau Claire police also i n- vestigated six other accidents Wednesday and early today. Four d,r i v e r s were charged with,violations and total estimated estimated property damage was $2,300.