H C Faller Car Accident
N T oile Injured In Reno Crash Damage estimated at ffSO wu caused in a traffic accident in Reno at 1:30 p. n. Thursday, but no person wii hurt, aeeorxJlBg to the state polke. A -J9S1 truck driven by Howard Joitpb Cooper, Â», of Slippery Rock, R. D. 4, and (raveling north on Route Â« cJfiided with the rear end of i IMS driven by H. C. Filler, 73, of Fryburg Fryburg and traveling In the same direction, direction, wh*n Faller waa'ohliged to stop his car because .of a traffic congestion, according to the state policy. A date highway. department crew was at work on (be highway and a truck used by the crew was slopped in the south-bound lane of traffic. Several cars traveling traveling south swerved around the truck into the northbound lane of traffic as Filler's car approached approached the truck and other cars traveling traveling south approached the truck at the same tinie. Faller stopped to permit the southbound cars sufficient^space to pass the truck before attempting to pass it in his car. Cooper, truck-was following the sedan, could not stop nil truck in time to avoid a collision." Damage to the truck was estimated at $450 and damage to the sedan at 4500.