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AUTO COLLISIONS KILL THREE, INJURE THREE

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AUTO COLLISIONS KILL THREE, INJURE THREE

Washington Times
December 25, 1922 Home Edition


LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 25.—Three persons are dead, three seriously injured, as a result of automobile accidents within the last twenty-four hours.

The body of Dennis McLaughlin, of Omaha, was found buried under a pile of holly decorated boxes and his overturned car.  McLaughlin was en route to his home at West Point, Neb., for Christmas.

Paul Sandman was killed when his wagon was upset by an automobile containing four Lincoln college boys.  The motorists were all seriously hurt.

Leonard Bozatz, of South Omaha, drove his car into a trolley and was taken from the wreckage dead.  Two girl companions are near death.



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