Enumclaw, WA Tree Falls On Car, Jun 1957

HUGE TREE FALLS ON CAR, 3 KILLED.

Enumclaw, Wash. (UP) - Three persons were killed Sunday when a huge tree fell across the front section of their car as they were driving over Chinock Pass, about one mile east of here.
MR. and MRS. STEPHEN FLOE, both 58, of Yakima, Wash., were killed instantly. Their daughter, CLAUDETTE ABLINE, 20, of Seattle, died a short time later in the Enumclaw Hospital. A 10-month-old grand-daughter was uninjured.
State patrol officers said the tree apparently was blown over, as there were no signs of a slide.
The FLOES were traveling through the heavily wooded Enumclaw National Forest.

The Montana Standard Butte 1957-06-03