Plymouth, IN Two Car Crash Kills Five, Feb 1957
FIVE KILLED IN CRASH NEAR PLYMOUTH.
Plymouth, Ind. (AP) - A car which state police said was speeding roared out of control on a U.S. 31 curve three miles south of Plymouth Monday night and crashed into an oncoming car, killing all five occupants of the vehicles.
State Police Trooper James Young said a car driven by CLYDE FISHER, 45, Rt. 1, Tippecanoe, hit a car driven by CLOYD R. TAYLOR, 36, Lakeville.
Both men and two children in TAYLOR'S car were killed instantly. MRS. LUCINDA BRADY, 24, mother of the children and who also was in TAYLOR'S car, died ten minutes after being brought to the Plymouth Hospital.
The children were WILLIAM, 6, and DONALD, 4.
Young said TAYLOR tried to avoid the crash by driving on the berm of the highway but FISHER'S car hit the TAYLOR car on the left side. FISHER was driving south and TAYLOR north.
The Kokomo Tribune Indiana 1957-02-26