Springfield, MA Wagon - Automobile Accident, Mar 1910


The heavy automobile truck used by the New England telephone company to carry supplies for the linemen collided with two teams at the corner of Chestnut and Sharon streets Tuesday morning and seriously injured one of the horses. The auto skidded and struck first a team owned by Nicholas Zeo, smashing the wagon and throwing out the driver. The machine then slid into the delivery team of Hall & Stewart, knocking down the horse and causing such injuries that he may have to be killed.

The Springfield Republican, Springfield, MA 3 Mar 1910

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