Huntington, IN Two Car Collision, Sep 1959
FOUR PERSONS DIE IN TWO-CAR CRASH.
Huntington, Ind. - (UPI) - Four persons, including a teenage youth, were killed late Thursday night in a two-car collision at a highway intersection near here.
It was the latest of a rash of highway wrecks which have taken a heavy toll in Indiana in the last 10 days.
The victims in the crash, about 12 miles southeast of here, were:
MRS. CRESSIS CALEY, 68;
DR. C. E. HAFLICH, 70;
MRS. ZOA HAFLICH, believed to be his wife, all of Markle;
and TED COX, JR., 16, Huntington.
COX died enroute to a hospital. The others were killed outright in the broadside collision at the intersection of Ind. 303 and Ind. 116.
Two other persons were injured and hospitalized. They were GARY REFF, 15, Uniondale, who was riding with COX, and CLIFF CALEY, 71, Markle. Both were reported in serious condition.
Linton Daily Citizen Indiana 1959-09-18