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 - -Two Are Injured When Freight Hits Motor Car...
-Two Are Injured When Freight Hits Motor Car Near the Brighton Denver, March 3.--T.wo men were Injured early Wednesday morning when their automobile was demolished by an eastbound Union Pacific train east of the city limits near Brighton road. Both are in the Colorado Genera! hospital, but their injuries injuries are not considered critical. K. C. Peterson, 36, o£ Bennett, driver of the automobile, suffered a fractured right leg, lacerations of head and body and possibly internal injuries, Police Surgeon Lex Penix said. A passenber in the light-roadster. Leon Jones, .21, of, Aurora, incurred body lacerations and possibly internal injuries. Patrolman E. T. Ducy and A. Goeglin said Peterson was driving toward Denver on Brighton boulevard. AHho both, men denied having the train whistle, Richard Ahern, of 1425 St. Paul St., the engineer of the train,, and C. J. Gallagher of Milwaukee, the conductor, said the whistle had been blowing as the approached the crossing. The patrolmen patrolmen said the train struck the auto broadside. The ear was pulling a .trailer. with coal. Both men were thrown feet. ___^__

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 03 Mar 1937, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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