Clipped From Reading Times
j I j r ' WO I TUCK UTI VGTS. Woman Hurt In Crashes Drivers of two 10 - wheeled trucks escaped with minor cut yesterday in a collision at Fourth and Pine streets which left one of the trucks overturned on the sidewalk and both badly damaged. Richard S. Jacobs, 24, New Holland, driver of truck loaded with 4.000 gallons of oil, wa.s cut about tlie face by flying glass. Lester Noggle, 38, Harrlsburg, was cut on the face and hands, j According to Radio Patrolman John Lloyd, the oil truck with a tank trailer was traveling north on Fourth street when it crashed into an empty express truck moving west on Pine. The freight truck, owned by a York concern, turned over on the sidewalk, and broke glass in the door of a hotel on the corner. The oil truck plowed into a parked automobile, automobile, owned by Constantine Ernesto, 356 S. Fourth st. The rear bumper and trunk of the sedan were damaged.