Winona man fatally hurt
Grimsby Independent, 16 Jul 1930, p. 1
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16 Jul 1930
Date Of Event
14 July 1930
Personal Name(s)
Crauchoe, Nicholas
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Struck in rapid succession by two cars, Nicholas Crauchoe, Winona, was fatally injured at Vineland Sunday night. Andrew Noradoski, Beamsville, who was with Crauchoe, escaped with minor injuries. The two men were waiting at Vineland corner for a bus and for some unknown reason wandered onto the highway where they were struck by an east-bound car. The impact threw Noradoski into the ditch and Crauchoe across the road where his prostrate form was almost immediately struck by a west-bound car driven by Charles J. Lawler, of Ingersoll. The second impact threw him about 27 feet down the road.... Dr. Hurlburt had the men removed to the St. Catharines General Hospital where Crauchoe, who had a fractured skull and punctured lung, died at 5:20 Monday morning....

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Winona man fatally hurt