Parkland, PA Bus And Auto Collision, Sep 1933


Langhorne, Sept. 24. -- (AP) -- Sixteen persons were injured, five seriously, in a collision between a bus and an automobile on the Lincoln highway near Parkland today.
A new automobile, driven by HENRY J. HARZE of Philadelphia and carrying his wife and four children, and a Greyhound bus bound from New York to Washington, collided head-on at a sharp curve.
MR. and MRS. HARZE and the children were injured seriously. The 11 bus passengers slightly injured included MRS. MADELINE SHAW, Greencastle, whose lip was cut.
A car driven by ANTHONY FLANAGAN, Bryn Mawr, crashed into the wreckage of the bus and automobile, but FLANAGAN escaped injury.

Titusville Herald Pennsylvania 1933-09-25

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