Pueblo, CO (near) Bomber Crash, Sep 1943

PUEBLO BOMBER CREW DEAD ARE ANNOUNCED.

(Associated Press)
Pueblo, Colo., Sept. 30. -- The Pueblo army air base last night identified seven fliers killed in the crash of a four-engined bomber 10 miles north of Pueblo yesterday.
The victims were listed as:
Second Lt. MAX L. FOY, San Pedro, Calif.
Second Lt. ELTON R. NIPPRESS, Berkeley, Calif.
Second Lt. PAUL FORLENZA, Flushing, N.Y.
Flight Officer ROBERT T. NEWELL, Trenton, N.J.
Master Sgt. ELMER W. PACE, Amarillo, Texas.
Staff Sgt. ROBERT C. PORTER, Washington, D.C.
Sgt. SAMUEL S. GORE, Louisville, Ky.
The base public relations office said the plane was on a routine flight when it crashed in rolling, scrubby country.

Greely Daily Tribune Colorado 1943-09-30