Wayzatta, MN auto wreck, Aug 1908

ANOTHER BAD AUTO ACCIDENT

Minneapolis Woman Killed and Three Others Injured at Wayzatta.

Minneapolis, Aug. 25. - Dead: Mrs. Minnie Hart, 37, wife of George Hart, of the firm of Eklund & Hart, grocers, 1838 Central avenue, skull fractured at the base of the brain.

Injured: George Hart, shoulder dislocated, many cuts and bruises.

Mrs. William Erickson, cut about the head and body, suffering from the shock.

William Erickson, of Nelson & Erickson, grocers, 425 Central avenue, may have sustained internal injuries, shoulder injured.

Another terrible accident at Wayzatta follows the Glueck auto disaster last week at Cottagewood, Lake Minnetonka. Mrs. Minnie Hart sustained a fracture of the skull at the base of her brain, which caused her death. Her husband was painfully injured, but today sat beside the corpse in the home Dr. J. L. Tibbetts, Wayzatta, where she died.

Sunday afternoon the Harts and Ericksons in a Hart runabout went to Mound Minnetonka. It was while returning in the evening two miles from Wayzatta that the auto skidded and ran off a 12-foot embankment. Mrs. Hart was caught under the wreck. Her head was crushed, bu she did not lose conciousness. She screamed for aid in the darkness. The case was hopeless, as she sustained a fracture of the skull. She died at 9 o'clock this forenoon.

The Grand Forks Daily Herald, Grand Forks, ND, 25 Aug 1908

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