1936 - BLOWOUT CAUSES BUS TO CRASH.
Greensburg, Pa., Aug. 6 - (UP) - A Great Eastern Lines bus, thrown out of control by a tire blowout, crashed off the Lincoln Highway east of here yesterday and injured its driver and 13 passengers.
The coach tore down telegraph poles and signboards before it came to a stop in an open field. It was bound from the east to Pittsburgh and western points.
Driver EDWARD SPAIN, Cleveland, and the passengers were taken to Westmoreland Hospital here, all suffering minor injuries.
The injured included:
ANTHONY LAPES, Clairton, Pa., bruises on elbow and arms.
August 6, 1936
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