Princeton, WV Two Auto Collision, Oct 1967
CHURCHBOUND CARS CRASH, SEVEN DEAD.
Princeton, W. Va. (AP) - Two automobiles, miles apart and each filled with children, headed for church services Sunday. Less than an hour later, the autos collided head-on and four of the children and three adults were dead.
NETTA V. HOLDER, 44, of nearby Lashmeet, and her three children - EVELYN, 11; TEDDY RAY, 10; and GLENDA SUE, 5 - were killed.
CLARENCE RAY HARMAN, 37, and his wife JOSEPHINE, 32, of Princeton were killed instantly. Their son JOHN, 11, died in a Princeton hospital shortly after the collision.
Five other HARMAN children were reported in critical condition while a sixth, LINDA HARMAN, 11, was termed in serious condition. All were reported to have multiple fractures and lacerations and were believed to have internal injuries.
Tallahassee Democrat Florida 1967-10-02