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Subject: [OHSUMMIT-L] Re: 1931 Akron Beacon Journal newspaper article
Date: 24 Feb 2003 04:23:57 -0700

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Surnames: Geho, Harrington, Nigh, Feras, Linton, Freas
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One Man Sent To Barberton Citizens Hospital After Accident

Heavy fog that blanketed the lowlands around Akron early today was held responsible for a streetcar collision in Barberton, and a traffic accident on N. Main st. one person was reported injured in the collision.

The street cars came together near the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. switch in West Barberton. B. V. C. See, general manager, Akron Transportation Co., reported. No windows were broken, but Israel S. Geho, 45, of 1366 California av., Barberton, was sent to Barberton Citizens hospital for medical attention.
Auto, Truck collide
An automobile and a truck collided at Olive and N. Main sts. in the fog, early today, but no one was reported hurt. Robert Harrington, 1084 Dayton st., was driver of the automobile.

Last night a taxicab driven by Lowell Nigh, 34, was reported by police to have run down Peter Feras, 65, of 31 College st., a peanut vender, at E. Market st. and Summit st. Feras was sent to St. Thomas hospital for observation.

Frank Linton, 10, 1233 E. Archwood av., is in City hospital with injuries sustained when, according to a police report, he was run down at S. Arlington st. and Archwood av. B. H. Frease, 1068 Johnston st. was reported by police as driver of the car that struck the boy.

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