Seattle, WA Automobile Collision, July 1910
SEVEN ARE INJURED IN AUTO CRASH; MAY DIE.
CARS CONTAINING SEATTLE PARTIES ARE PILED UP IN HEAD-ON COLLISION.
Seattle, July 17. -- Seven persons were injured, one probably fatally, when an automobile driven by W. A. BRIGGS and carrying a party of his freiends, ran into another machine driven by HENRY MAYAMOTO, a chauffeur, today. MR. BRIGGS, who is superintendent of an office building, sustained a fractured skull and is not expected to survive.
The others who were injured are:
MRS. W. A. BRIGGS, badly bruised about head and body.
GEORGE WALLSWORTH, hand and ankle sprained.
MRS. WALLSWORTH, head and face bruised, internal injuries.
ALLEN WALLSWORTH, aged 7, left shoulder broken.
MISS HELEN FINNIGAN, 14 years old, nose broken, face and head cut.
HENRY MAYAMATO, body bruised.
MISS HELEN FINNIGAN, whose home is at Devils Lake, N.D., has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Briggs, residents of Seattle. The Wallsworths are from Appleton, Wis.
Los Angeles Herald California 1910-07-18