The Shelbyville Democrat
Floyd Money is suffering severely at his
home, 713 Blanchard street, from injuries received at five o'clock yesterday evening when he was struck by an automobile
at Indianapolis, where he has been working for an automobile company. The accident occurred at New Jersey
street and Massachusetts avenue. He grabbed the fender of the car in an effort to save himself from being caught
beneath it and was hurled between the fender and a front wheel in such a manner that his left knee was very badly
hurt, tho no bones were broken. The joint, however, was wrenched so he may not be able to walk for several weeks.
Wednesday, May 8, 1912
STRUCK BY AUTO
AT INDIANAPOLIS TUESDAY
Floyd Money, of This City, Paifully Injured ---
Now at His Home on Blanchard Street.
He was waited on at the home of a friend by Dr. F.
W. Foxworthy and was then taken to the traction station by Thomas Swain in his touring car so he could
come home. He is now under the care of Dr. J. Willard Parrish.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming