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LEG BROKEN BY AUTO

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LEG BROKEN BY AUTO

The Washington Herald
October 8, 1913


David A. Bissett Is Knocked Down by Machine.

While crossing G Street at Seventeenth Street Northwest yesterday morning, David A. Bissett, twenty-one years old, of 3301 Lowell Street Northwest, was knocked down by an automobile of the Department of Agriculture, driven by Thomas B. Woodward, receiving a fracture of the left leg. He was rushed in an ambulance to Emergency Hospital. Bissett was walking south in Seventeenth Street, while the automobile was going west in G Street.



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