AUTO UPSET; SIX HURT.
The New York Times
December 27, 1909
George M. Lane of Chicago Seriously Injured in Accident in Florida.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 26.—Six persons were more or less seriously injured this afternoon when the big touring car owned by George M. Lane of Chicago struck a curb and turned turtle.
All the occupants were thrown violently from the machine. Mr. Lane's shoulder was fractured, and it is believed he is internally injured. Mrs. Lane was badly bruised and cut about the face. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Lawrence of this city were severely shaken up, but not seriously hurt. Charles E. Smith was knocked unconscious, and Mrs. Smith also was badly injured about the arms and body.
The machine was badly wrecked.
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