|Birth: ||Apr. 1, 1905, Hungary|
|Death: ||Jul. 9, 1922|
Daughter of Alexander and Sali (Frankel) Moskovitz. Address of 1495 Addison. (accident)
CLEVELAND. — (Associated
Press.)—Four persons are dead
and Another probably fatally injured
today as the result of being
struck by interurban trolley cars on
a trestle over which they were returning
from a picnic at Bay Village,
15 miles west of here late last
night. Three of the victims were
brothers and sisters, while the
fourth and the injured are sisters.
Manuel Moskovitz, 29.
Jolan Moskovitz,. 22.
Elizabeth Moskoitz, 16
Irene Vadacsz, 22.
Olga Vadacsz, 20, has a fractured skull and is not expected to live.
The party were returning from a
picnic ai Cahoon Park. Because of
a crowd waiting for the Lake Shore
electric interurban car they decided
to walk about half a mile to the next stop
in order to get a seat. Between the two stops
in a trestle two hundred feet long, which
they were warned not to cross.
Only one of the party of six heeded
the advice. She was a younger sister of the
Moskovitzs. The others started over. When
about half way across an eastbound car
approached. In getting out of its way,
they walked into the path of another car
going in the opposite direction and were
knocked into a gully 40 feet below as the
younger Moskovitz girl looked on.
Created by: TJ
Record added: Mar 26, 2009
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