Cucamonga, CA Two Car Collision, Apr 1967

CRASH KILLS SEVEN IN CALIFORNIA.

Cucamonga, Calif. (AP) - An automobile skidded against a second car on a rain-slicked road yesterday, killing seven of the eight persons in the two cars.
The dead in one car were:
LEONARD GAY WILSON, 26, of Cucamonga;
JAMES H. RIVERS, 23;
JOHN PAUL RICCI, 25;
and RUDOLPH A. GOMEZ, 25, all of Upland, Calif.
In the other car were:
ALBERT PARIGIAN, 48, of Diamond Bar, Calif.;
his wife, ANN PARIGIAN;
and MRS. IRENE MANOS, of Los Angeles all killed.
The only survivor of both cars was MRS. MANOS' husband, MICHAEL M. MANOS, 47, who was injured seriously.
Police said WILSON'S car skidded out of control into the path of the car driven by PARIGIAN.

Democrat and Chronicle Rochester New York 1967-04-03