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Beverly 6 n-ths, and Mrs,' Ar mil parents. Mr
the machine, throwing the
ert IVz and | pceiipaiLts into the highway.
^rmitagre car then strucl
Marion K ..j:-,s, all of Rt. 1, San
the Pike automobile broadside
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causing* it to r
mitage machine was aemolisne
KODert m. oawes, *5<5, banau a truck driver, is in critical con tion in Magruder Hospital, s
iiig the loss of an armrfractur ec fcull and shock. The family Mr, and M Wilber C. Pike, 18 Nelson Ave., Toledo, including their children, Janice 5 and Gre¬ gory, 6 months, were less seriously injured.
Accident occured, about 8 p. m. on the open highway, about a quar¬ ter of a mile east of Camp Perry.
iwuert, were Denev instantly. The boy diea tours later in M.
Sheriff's officers and state high¬ way patrolmen called to the scene the accident was presumed to have occurred in the following manner: The truck tractor driven by Mr. Dawes was passing the Pike auto¬ mobile, both going east. The west¬ bound Armitage machine swung to the left to avoid a
'.vir. uawes trucK, meanwnue careened 110 feet and upset. Mr,
'awes', arm was pinned
reckage until a wrec
the vehicle. A passenger,
H. Boudreau, 25; Huron, O;, wa;
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*e r a
Cleveland for a Christmas visit
trailer, in T
ana was return-
to Sandusky with the tractor
] lision, but was struck on the right j section after providing a ride ¦ side by the truck, ripping the side
iouclreaiL also a tru
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