Louisville, KY Automobile Accident, Sept 1932
Courier Journal newspaper, Louisville, KY - Wednesday 7 September 1932
Boy Hurt By Motor Dies In Hospital
Injuries Fatal to WILLIAM KIRCHNER, 10, Ran Into Car, Police Learn
WILLIAM KIRCHNER, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirchner, Jr., died at 6:10 o'clock Tuesday night at St. Anthony's Hospital of a fractured skull suffered at 7 o'clock in the morning in an automobile accident on the Shelbyville Road near St. Matthews, a short distance from his home. He did not regain consciousness.
He was given first aid by Dr. D. M. Cox, St. Matthews, and then placed in an ambulance and taken to the hospital.
The boy, who was with his brothers, Cyril Kirchner, 15, and Morris Kirchner, 13, ran across the road to see his father, who was working on a farm nearby. The boy dashed from behind a truck and ran directly against the side of the automobile driven by J. D. Bond, 24 years old, Lexington, KY, the police learned.
The driver was paroled by Judge Henry I. Fox after a technical charge of assault and battery was registered against him. The trial was set for September 15. The charge will be changed to a technical one of manslaughter on that date it was announced.
KY Death Certificate #043-21405
Find A Grave Memorial# 66295303