Corinth, MS Two Car Head On Crash, Aug 1967
NINE KILLED IN CAR CRASH.
Corinth, Miss. (AP) - Nine persons, five of them members of a family headed for a lakeside vacation, died Friday night after a two-car, head-on collision four miles west of this northeast Mississippi town.
One girl, a guest on the vacation, survived. Three died in the crash, the others soon afterward.
MR. and MRS. MALCOLM M. WADLINGTON, both about 45.
their three daughters, JUDY, 13, JANE, 11, and ANN, 10, of Sledge, Miss.
BETTY BROWN, 10 of Iuka, Miss.
DON GENO, 35, a mechanic.
BURTON DAVIS, 35, a farmer.
BILLY O'NEAL, all of Booneville.
The only survivor was a 12-year-old girl, ANN HOGAN of Sledge, who was riding with the WADLINGTONS. She was seriously injured.
Police said the collision happened on U.S. 72, on a bridge crossing the Tuscumbia River.
The Salina Journal Kansas 1967-08-13