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DRIVER KILLS MAN WHO WAS BAFFLED BY FOG

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DRIVER KILLS MAN WHO WAS BAFFLED BY FOG

Washington Times
December 28, 1922 Late Financial Edition


BALTIMORE, Dec. 28.—The death of an unidentified man last night was attributed to the dense fog which for two nights shrouded the city in a blanket of thick, Londonlike mist.

Carlos Marshall, while driving an auto truck along East Lombard street about 8 p. m. failed to see a man who crossed Lombard at Exeter street until it was too late to avoid knocking him down. The man, about fifty-five or sixty years old, was picked up unconscious. Marhsall took the man in his truck to Mercy Hospital, where he died shortly afterward, not regaining consciousness.



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