Tyngsboro, MA Auto Wreck, Jun 1947

Three Held In Hospital After Crash

Three persons were still being held at Memorial hospital here today following a collision between an auto and a truck in Tyngsboro early Sunday morning.

In the hospital are John McHugh of Lowell with, according to Tyngsboro police, scalp and head injuries; Joseph Warren, Jr, of Manchester, suffering from a dislocated hip and lacerations of the face and James Boulogianne also of Manchester.

According to Patrolman John E. Riley of the Tyngsboro Police department Warren and Boulogianne were passengers in an automobile driven by Charles Lukasavi of Manchester which was involved in a collision with a truck driven by Richard F. Langton of Lowell and in which McHugh was riding.

The accident occurred about a mile and a half south of the NH-Mass state line.

Also injured in the crash and treated at the Nashua hospital in addition to the drivers, were James Conway and Donald Cavanaugh of Manchester, passengers in the Lukasaci car, and Sam Barsamian of Lowell. All were released after treatment.

Nashua Telegraph, Nashua, NH 2 Jun 1947