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In Years Past

July 13, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, the little bridge near the Moose clubhouse at Celoron was the scene of a serious automobile accident about midnight Saturday and the three occupants of the machine, two men and a woman, escaped death most miraculously. A touring car bearing a Pennsylvania license came down the road, it was said, at a good rate of speed. It struck the iron railing of the bridge and then skidded into a telegraph pole with such force that the car was turned turtle. The names of the occupants of the car were not learned. One of the men sustained a broken collarbone, the other had a fractured finger. The woman escaped injury.

 
 

 

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