Campbell County Newspapers

Kalamazoo Citizen Was Killed Sunday.
Hit And Run Truck Hit Car,
According To Mrs. SHARP,
Wife of Deceased.

  Submitted by Paul

The LaFollette Press, Friday, 24 November 1936, Vol. 27, No. 94, page 1

     William SHARP, 62 year old citizen of Kalamazoo, Michigan was instantly killed early yesterday afternoon as the car in which he was riding plunged over a seventy foot embankment on the Jellico highway about one half mile north of here. His wife, son and grandson who were also in the car were not seriously hurt, according to Frank AGEE, Undertaker. According to SHARP's wife, the car was hit by a speeding truck as it tried to pass. The truck did not stop after it struck the car, she said, and
officers had failed to locate it early today. SHARP's car, an old model, was demolished.


Sharp Family Send Thanks To Citizens

The LaFollette Press, Friday, 27 November 1936, Vol. 27, No. 95, page 1

     The family of William SHARP, who was killed in an auto accident on the highway recently asked that citizens of LaFollette who so generously helped them be extended their appreciation. They especially wanted to thank Mrs. Bell CANNON, who solicited funds for their aid


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