Panama City News-Harold July 30, 1951 Billy Hancock killed
7 Floridians Die Fn Accidents 5 Killed by Autos, 2 Drown on Week-End By The ASSOCIATED PRESS Five persons, including a college co-ed and a former sheriff, were killed in automobile accidents in Florida over the weekend. Two persons were drowned. Former Dixie County Sheriff Jesse L. Baggett, 60, of Cross was killed when his automobile collided head-on with a truck near Mount Dora Sunday. Miss Jean Helm. 24-year-old Iversity of Florida co-ed, died of lUnjuries received Saturday when automobile driven by her Mrs. Jean Helm, overturned jnear Dorona, 30 miles from Day- iiB. Beach. Billy Hancock, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Â«ock of Jackson, Term., was Crushed beneath the rear wheel tj*-mutomobile at Ormond Beach. Â· THarold Johnson, 28, of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, w * s killed when he was |;thrown from his skidding auto- fmobile on the Main Street bridge fjiover the St. Johns River. Eleven other persons were injured when two automobiles collided in Jack- isonville. D. W- Dean, 50, drowned in Chipola River near Wewahitchka when he attempted to swim the river to get a boat from the side. Robert E. O'Leary, 31, of Hia- ieah was killed Saturday in an jnobile collision near South Bay. '. James. C. Hood of Atlanta browned near Blountstown when his boat capsized in the Apalachi- ;ola River late Friday. A second Atlanta man swam ashore.