EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
NOV. 26, 1919
INJURIES FATAL TO LOCAL GIRL
Edna Kay Succumbs Following Fall From Moving Motor Truck
As a result of injuries sustained in a fall from a moving automobile at Twenty-second street, shortly before 9 o’clock Thursday morning, November 20, Edna Kay, 11-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kay of Buckeye avenue, died at 3:30 o’clock Wednesday afternoon in the East Liverpool hospital.
The remains were removed to the Hugh morgue on Main street. The body was conveyed to the late home, corner of Twenty-Fifth street and Buckeye avenue Wednesday night.
Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 o’clock Saturday afternoon, Rev. Charles F. McBride, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church, officiating. Interment will be made in Spring Hill cemetery.
Edna Kay with a number of other children were enjoying a ride upon a motor truck, driven by Harland Wooster, enroute to the West End school building. The little girl was standing upon the running board.
When a gust of wind blew her hat from her head. She attempted to alight to recover it. She stepped from the machine backward and was thrown to the ground. her head struck the pavement, fracturing her skull. Although physicians have made every possible effort to save her life and although hopes were at first entertained for her recovery, she died in the institution Wednesday afternoon.
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