The Shelbyville Republican
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Fryer, of 860 West Washington street, were seriously injured Sunday night about ten o'clock, when their machine was struck by some
unknown motorist just north of town on the Michigan road. The driver of the
car that hit the Fryer automobile, did not stop after the accident. The Fryer machine was completely wrecked.
Mr. Fryer had his right hand badly cut caused from broken glass, while Mrs. Fryer suffered a fracture of her right arm just above the wrist and was severley bruised about the body.
The Ewing ambulance, of this city, was called and took Mr. and Mrs. Fryer to the office of
Dr. W. W. Tindall, who was assisted by Dr. F. E. Bass,
in taking care of them.
Monday, August 24, 1925
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BADLY INJURED NORTH OF TOWN
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Fryer,
860 West Washington,
Victims of Accident.
Both were pinned beneath the machine following the accident and Mr. Fryer was forced to cut a hole in the top of the care to gain freedom for himself and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Fryer were returning from their garden just north of town.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming