Clipped From The Sandusky Register
Two Guardsmen At Camp Perry Prison Overturn In Auto Toledoans Were Returning Home When Vehicle Upsets Sunday On Rt. 163, Burns. Richard Studyvin, 19, Toledo, was treated Sunday evening at Magruder Hospital in Port Clinton for contusion on the head received when the car in which he was riding with Leonard Wines, 19, also of Toledo, turned over at a curve on Route 163 and took fire, the Bay Bridge state patrol reported. Wines told the state patrol he thought he saw the tail light of a car ahead of him and applied his brakes too sharply, causing his car to go off the side of the highway and turn over. A leak from the fu?l tank presumably set fire to the car, badly damaging the car trunk and rear seat, the patrol stated. The accident oc- cured at 6:20 p. m. Both men are national guardsmen doing duty at the temporary state prison at Camp Perry and were on their way home after doing duty. Studyvin was released after being treated at the hospital.