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AUTOS CRASH IN NEWARK

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AUTOS CRASH IN NEWARK

The New York Times
December 20, 1909


One Man Slightly Hurt When Large Motors Collide.

Two large autos, each with several occupants, crashed together at Avon Avenue and Eleventh Street, Newark, last night.  Although both motors were wrecked only one person was hurt, Moses Buschbaum, who was injured about the legs.

He was removed to his home.  One car was owned and driven by William E. Lehman, an architect, with offices at 738 Broad Street, Newark, and the other by C. L. Gairzard of 69 Van Ness Place, that city.  Others in the autos were Fred Kamp, William Kamm, F. Mendis, and Lester Scheuer.



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