Clipped From The Express
Not Only * Newspaper—A Community Asset Tht fxpress u (he onfy circulated in (he Lock Haven ore* which can bring you (he fait minutt newj on foco/, national and wor/rf rfece/opmenbi. LOCK HAVEN, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1959 12 Pages Seven Cents Wrecked Car Threw Occupants Before It Crashed to a Stop at Fairpoint Road Killing Two, Injuring Four Local Young People Spcctalors quickly gathered at (he scene of an accident Saturday night which resulted in (he death of (wo of six local young people. One boy is in critical condition. Three others injured arc out of danger, (he hospital reports. The car, a 1954 hardtop Buick, was demolished when it left the Lusk Run road on a sharp down-grade curve and came (o rest, above, upside down across an eight-foot ditch. The occupants were thrown out of the vehicle when the roof was (orn hack from the shattered windshield. Curiosity seekers thronged the scene of (he accident and (he wrecked car at the garage during most of the day yesterday. The crashed vehicle, which wai going west, first struck a shale hank, not shown, and continued across an open area used by the State Highway Department for cinder storage. It struck n liniall shale pile (small x) and continued across (he Fairpoint road before It came to rest ngafndt guard rails at the opposite side (large X). State police said there were no skid marks In the area or on (he road. Three of the young people were thrown 25 (0 ,'to feel.