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Flushing Widow Gets $12,500; Husband Was Killed by Auto

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Flushing Widow Gets $12,500; Husband Was Killed by Auto

The New York Times
December 14, 1922


Mrs. Mary Geibel of the Blackstump Road, Flushing, received a verdict of $12,500 from a jury in the Supreme Court in Queens before Justice James C. Van Siclen against Mrs. Elizabeth Metzgar of the Ritz-Carlton in this city. On Sept. 26, 1919, Andrew Geibel, her husband, was driving a market wagon loaded with farm products over the Queensboro Bridge when his wagon was struck by an automobile owned by Mrs. Metzgar and driven by her chauffeur, Edward Walsh. Geibel was thrown from his wagon and fatally injured.



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