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Arlington, TX Head On Auto Collision, Oct 1933

FORT WORTH GIRL KILLED AS AUTOS COLLIDE HEAD-ON.

FIVE OTHER PERSONS INJURED, ONE OF THEM A BRIDE OF ONLY FORTY MINUTES.

Fort Worth, Oct. 1 - (AP) - MISS JOHNNIE HEATH, 18, Fort Worth, was killed and five persons were hurt in a head-on collision of two automobiles one-half mile west of Arlington early today. MISS HEATH suffered a fractured skull.
The injured were:
MRS. PAUL PETTY of Fort Worth, who was married in Dallas 40 minutes before the crash. She suffered a severe facial laceration.
S. D. SPARKS, JR., of Dallas, cuts and bruises on his face.
F. W. GRUBE, of Dallas, minor bruises.
MISS HELEN THOMPSON, of Dallas, severe leg cut.
MISS MOZELLE ELLIOTT, of Dallas, slightly bruised.
PETTY was the only person involved in the accident who was not hurt.
SPARKS, GRUBE, MISS THOMPSON and ELLIOTT, who were in the east bound car, were given emergency treatment by Dr. J. F. McKissick of Arlington and were removed to their homes.

Waco News-Tribune Texas 1933-10-02



article | by Dr. Radut