THREE INJURED AS TWO CARS COLLIDE
December 25, 1922 Home Edition
Alexandria Man Has Broken Jaw—Woman Suffers Fracture of Arm.
Three persons, injured yesterday afternoon when two automobiles colided on the Alexandria road near Alexandria, were rushed to Emergency Hospital.
John Davis, twenty-five years old, of 333 Commerce street Alexandria, is suffering from lacerations about the body and a broken jaw. Davis was in a car with several other people on the way to Washington.
In the other car, going to Alexandria, were Mrs. Edna Mezzaconapo, thirty years old, of 1307 Third street northwest, Solon Montgomery, twenty-five years old, of 2418 Pennsylvania avenue and several other women. Mrs. Mezzaconapo suffered a broken arm and lacerations about the body. Montgomery, who was driving, suffered a fracture of the arm and possible fracture of a rib. Mrs. Mezzaconapo is in Emergency.
Several other persons in both cars escaped unhurt. Montgomery's car was badly damaged.
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