Here's The Death Car In Genoa Tragedy
FIVE CHILDREN DIED WHEN THIS AUT O WAS STRUCK BY A TRUCK TUESDAY
I Funeral services for j four victims of the high¬ way tragedy that claim¬ ed the lives of five school • children at Forest Park
| Tuesday will be held to¬ day (Friday) and for the fifth j on Saturday.
Victims of the truck-automobile crash, worst highway disaster of the year in Ottawa County, were Charles Olcott, 16, aand Daniel Dunn, 9, both of Genoa; Sandra Willey, 6, of Elmore, and Jerry Anderson, 8, and James Niehaus- myer, 12, both of Woodville.
All pupils in Lott Day school in Toledo, they were killed when the automobile of Claire Dunn, 32, Ge,noa, who was driving them to school collided with a truck which had skidded across the road.
Mr. Dunn, physical education director and assistant football coach of Waite High School, Tol¬ edo, was reported slightly impr¬ oved in' St. Vincent's Hospital, 'He received rib, arm. leg^ and pelvis fractures and face lacerat¬ ions.