BUNKER HILL IS SCENE OF MISHAPS
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BUNKER HILL IS SCENE OF MISHAPS

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Four Automobiles Figure In Accidents Last Night Due To The Ice

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Four automobiles figure in accidents on Bunker Hill last night. A sheet of ice made the hill almost impassable and the cars were unable to stay in the road.

A machine occupied by Dr. and Mrs. K. C. Ruddell and Dr. and Mrs. Claude L. Weston, of Indianapolis was precipitated into a ditch and badly damged, when it struck a care driven by L. G. Hughes, of Rushville. Hughes was traveling west. The occupants of both cars escaped uninjured. Dr. Ruddell who was enroute to Connersville to perform an operation was driving the machine. The other car was also damaged.

A car driven by Dr. J. E. Walther of Glenwood, left the road and was damaged.

The name of the owner of another machine which figured in a mishap was not learned, but it is believed no one was injured.

Motorist from this city and points west were forced to detour this morning, because of the condition of the hill which could not be negotiated.