TWO CARS CRASH NEAR FREDONIA
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The Grape Belt and Chautauqua Farmer
January 15, 1935
Edward Yonker of Houghton Street Sustained Bruises About Face.
Edward Yonker of 16 Houghton street, Fredonia, was bruised about the face, and a car owned by Howard Yonker of R. F. D. 1, Fredonia, was badly damaged in an accident in East Main road just west of the Roberts road at 8 p. m. Thursday.
Mr. Yonker in his report to the Fredonia police at 10:45 p. m. said he was driving east and met a westbound car, which was well over the south side of the road. He attempted to pull to the south to avoid a collision but failed to get far enough over and was struck by the westbound car. His own machine was tipped over.
The other car was driven by Miner Lutassen of Syracuse. His machine was damaged to the extent of about $100.
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