DIES WHILE DRIVING CAR.
The New York Times
December 17, 1922
Jersey City Policeman Investigates When Auto Hits Curb.
Patrolman Fanning of the Boulevard police, Jersey City, started for an automobile which wabbled and ran into the curb in the Hudson Boulevard, Jersey City, yesterday, to make an arrest for reckless driving. Instead, he found the driver hanging over the door, dead. At the City Hospital it was said death evidently was from heart disease.
The victim was identified as William H. Sawtell, 60, of 457 West Twenty-fourth street, Manhattan. He was employed as a salesman at the Mehl Die Machine Company of Roselle Park, N. J. The body was taken to the morgue.
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