Terrible Flying Accident: Two Aviators and One Badly Injured
Grimsby Independent, 11 Sep 1918, p. 1
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Date of Publication
11 Sep 1918
Date Of Event
11 Sept 1918
Personal Name(s)
Dolmage, A.H. ; Bater, Abram ; Pearson, Kenneth ; Fuller, Cadet
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Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Full Text

A terrible accident occurred about 10 o'clock this Wednesday morning, when two airplanes which were manoeuvring just over the ridge of the Thirty Mountain came together at a very low altitude, and crashed to earth; one landing in a field on Mr. A.H. Dolmage's farm, and the other crashing on the road in front of Mr. Abram Bater's place. ... The machine that fell on Mr. Dolmage's farm was in command of Cadet Fuller, a New Brunswick lad. ... He was removed from beneath the wreck ... At the time of writing the names of the two dead fliers cannot be ascertained as they could not be identified until the record at the camp was looked up. ...

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Terrible Flying Accident: Two Aviators and One Badly Injured