Kenneth Visnaw 1936



Kenneth Visnaw 1936 - FEAR WOMAN CRIPPLED LIFEJNJJRASH tors, Addle...
FEAR WOMAN CRIPPLED LIFEJNJJRASH tors, Addle Parrish, Mother of Five, in Hospital After Accident, CEOARVILLE YOUTH HELD Mr«. Addle Parrish, of Brlmley, mother of five children, wag in the War Memorial hospital today- with possible injuries that may leave her crippled for life, as tho result of an automobile accident on US-2 near Pine Grove corner Saturday night. , Meanwhile Kenneth Visnaw, of Cedarvllle, driver of tho car that •truck Mrs. ParrJsl>'s car, and passenger. Rudolph Pcaison, al?o of Qedarvjlle, were held in the c)ty jail'for investigation, Herbert Smith, of Dafter, who was driving north on US-2, said he saw lights of ari approaching car in his rear view mirror Just as he passed a car driven by Mrs. Parrish. Parrish. Th,e approaching northbound car, apparently being unable tp avoid a, crash into the rear of the Smith car, swung out and collided almost head on with the Parrish car. Mrs. Parrish and her aon-In-]aw, Walter Menomlnee, both pt Brimley, Brimley, were taken to the hospital, Menominee was released Sunday •after being treated for cuts and bruises. MIS. Parrish suffered a broken knee cap, lacerations and three fractured rib». They had made the trip to the Sault Saturday Saturday afternoon and were returning home with groceries. • ' Visnaw, Pearson, Lawrence Vat- lier, and Louis Visnaw ing to the Sault from Cedarville. Menominee, riding' Jri the seat beside Mrs. Parrish, was thrown over the driver and out of the door on the driver's slde_ of the car. Visnaw, driver Of the northbound car, suffered Injuries to hia ribs. It was snowing and drifting at th.e time of the accident- *,

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 07 Dec 1936, Mon,
  3. Page 7


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