Savannah, GA Bomber Crashes, Jan 1943

GEORGIA CRASH KILLS SIX FLIERS.

Savannah, Jan. 13. -- (AP) -- Six Army fliers from the Walterboro, S.C., air base who were killed yesterday when their two-motored medium bomber crashed near here were identified today by Capt. E. J. Healy, public relations officer of the Savannah Army air base.
The dead included:
First Lieut. A. W. KAY, pilot, next of kin, sister, Mrs. Lucille Kay Eventoff, Bronx, N.Y.
Tech. Sgt. R. S. ZUFALL, wife, Mrs. Helen Zufall, Latrobe, Pa.

Titusville Herald Pennsylvania 1943-01-14

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CRASH VICTIMS IDENTIFIED.

Savannah, Ga., Jan. 14 -- (AP) -- Six army fliers from the Walterboro, S.C., air base, who were killed Tuesday when their two-motored medium bomber crashed near here were identified Wednesday by Captain E. J. Healy, Savannah Army Air Base.
The dead:
First Lieutenant A. W. KAY, pilot.
Second Lieutenant F. A. W. HALE, co-pilot.
Technician Sergeant R. S. ZUFALL.
Staff Sergeant A. A. LASSES.
Staff Sergeant R. MEDLIN.
Corporal G. B. SILVA.

Newport Daily News Rhode Island 1943-01-14

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Savannah bomber crash

This was North American B-25C Mitchell, 41-12780, of the 489th Bomb Squadron, 340th Bomb Group.