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 - Young Driver Charged After Injury Crash One...
Young Driver Charged After Injury Crash One woman wag severely injured and two cars badly damaged in a collision at Fourth and Poplar at 8 a. m. Friday. Mrs. Anna Flickinger, 48, 110 the!?" 1 15th ' suffere <i a compound fracture of the right shoulder and multiple cuts and bruises about the body. She was admitted to Grace hospital. Her brother-in-law, Art Plenert, 43, 110 East 15th, driver of one car, was treated for abrasions to his shoulders and right hand, He was tossed from bin car by the impact. Driver of the other car was Tom L. Heggy, 19, 60S West llth. Heggy was going east on Fourth while Plenert was driving south on Poplar. "I had stopped for the light," Plenert said. "When the light changed I started up." n as was A'as a errors "The light turned yellow just as I entered the intersection," Heggy said. Heggy later told police he entered the intersection as th* light turned yellow and "then it turned red real quick." Plenert signed a com plaint charging Heggy with running a received enumerated, in state red light and causing* an Injury accident. Hej-ygy was booked at station cash bond. releMed on Impact of th* collision spun the Plemrt's car around. It cam* to * halt heading north. Heggy'* car veered to the ; »outh after the im- into a sign post &t th* filling station on the southwest corner. Heggy, a Santa Fe employe,! has a record of one previous traffic arrest. It occurred a year ago when he was charged with speeding, running a atop sign and driving without tall lights. He w a s fined $28. ty Barber will Of

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  1. The Hutchinson News,
  2. 19 May 1950, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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