Thursday, April 11, 2013

A Stone Thrown & a Nichol Rolled to Eloise

The Farmington Enterprise, October 11, 1934
There was no good way to be taken to Eloise but this might have been one of the more painful. Two Livonia men, William Stone, a farmer, and his neighbor, Michael Nichols were hit by a runaway driver. Stone died after being tossed 47 feet and Nichols was transported to Eloise in serious condition. I was unable to find further updates on his condition.

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