Skunk Causes Crash (17 June 1937)

Skunk Causes Crash

Fremont, O. – When a skunk ambled across the highway, Charles F. Keating brought his automobile to such a sudden stop that the car behind crashed into him. Keating suffered an arm injury. The driver of the second car suffered a broken rib. The skunk was unharmed.

Source: Skunk Causes Crash, The Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Pennsylvania, 17 June 1937, p. 15.

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