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Paul James Michio

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Paul James Michio Veteran

Birth
Poland
Death
2 Sep 1955 (aged 33)
Cornwall, Orange County, New York, USA
Burial
West Oak Lane, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA Add to Map
Plot
SECTION M SITE 497
Memorial ID
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The Times Record 3 Sept 1955

"Soldier Killed, Two Injured In Thruway Smashup

Suffren (UP) - One soldier was killed and two were injured last night when their automobile rammed into a tractor trailer on the State Thruway, State Police said.

The dead man was identified as Sgt. Paul J. Michio, 33, of Headquarters and Service Co., 86th Engineers Construction Battalion of Ft. Dix, NJ. Injured were Edward R Jackson, 22, North Plainfield, NJ, and Francis J Cooney, Trenton, NJ members of the same outfit.

The three were identified by military authorities at Camp Drum where their unit is stationed for the National Guard summer training period. It was believed they were driving to New Jersey for the weekend."
The Times Record 3 Sept 1955

"Soldier Killed, Two Injured In Thruway Smashup

Suffren (UP) - One soldier was killed and two were injured last night when their automobile rammed into a tractor trailer on the State Thruway, State Police said.

The dead man was identified as Sgt. Paul J. Michio, 33, of Headquarters and Service Co., 86th Engineers Construction Battalion of Ft. Dix, NJ. Injured were Edward R Jackson, 22, North Plainfield, NJ, and Francis J Cooney, Trenton, NJ members of the same outfit.

The three were identified by military authorities at Camp Drum where their unit is stationed for the National Guard summer training period. It was believed they were driving to New Jersey for the weekend."

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