Posted by Carolyn Schwab on Wednesday, November 07, 2007 at 11:19:51 :
Wednesday, October 9, 1929
Petaluma Man Killed in Coast Crash
CHARLES BOJORQUES, 46, laborer of Petaluma, was instantly killed when the car he was driving plunged 15 feet over a bank, on the Pt. Reyes Station-Nicasio Road Sunday night. BOJORQUES was pinned beneath the automobile and suffered a fractured skull and a crushed chest in the accident.
Robert MacDonald, 40, rural mail carrier of Petaluma, owner of the car, and John Bojorques, 6 year old son of Bojorques, were also in the car and suffered bruises and cuts when the car ran over the bank.
The three occupants of the car were picked up and carried to the office of Dr. F.M. Cannon at Pt. Reyes, by passing motorists. Bojorques was found to be dead, and the other two were taken to a Petaluma Hospital.
Posted to share with others. I am not related.
powered by SpudBoard