KAISER'S SON IN AUTO CRASH.
The New York Times
December 17, 1909
Crown Prince Frederick William Shaken Up, But Otherwise Unhurt.
BERLIN, Dec. 16.—Crown Prince Frederick William was in an automobile accident early to-day. While he was driving in Charlottenburg his motor car collided with another machine.
The Crown Prince was severely shaken up, but otherwise uninjured. His adjutant, Lieut. Col. Oppen, was thrown to the ground and badly cut on the head.
The occupants of the other car were apparently unhurt. Their identity was not learned.
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