Salmon, ID Headon Auto Collision, Mar 1958

HEADON CAR COLLISION KILLS 6 AND INJURES 3 NEAR SALMON, IDAHO.

Salmon, Idaho (AP) - Six persons died in a head-on crash that injured three others Sunday.
One car carried a nursing home proprietor and four elderly patients. The other bore a woman and her three children.
Critically hurt were FLORA CASSELL, 65, and KIRK WALCHIL, 4. The third survivor, LYNN WALCHIL, 6, was seriously injured.
The WALCHIL children were riding with their mother, CECELIA, 31, and brother RAYMOND, 12, both of whom were killed.
MRS. CASSELL was the lone survivor in the car driven by WILLIAM H. SILBAUGH, the nursing home proprietor. He was killed, as were GERTRUDE COCKRELL, 72, JOSEPHINE TROWBRIDGE, 70, and ALICE KIRTLEY, 70.

Escanaba Daily Press Michigan 1958-03-31