GIRL BADLY HURT BY MOTOR CAR
Nora French of Milltown in Hospital Not Expected to Live
DRIVER OF CAR IS HELD UNDER BAIL
Others Less Seriously Injured in Accidents on Local Streets
Nora French, of Sand street Milltown, is in Middlesex hospital in serious condition and is not expected to live as a result of injuries sustained when struck by an auto near her home on Saturday afternoon.
Fillnk LeMont of 111 Main street, Milltown, operator of the car is being held under $300 bail by Recorder Jacob Morris of Milltown pending the outcome of the girls injuries LeMont was placed under arrest at the hospital by Chief Robert Collins and Officer Nick Young of the Milltown police.
Officers upon investigation learned that the little girl and another girl whose name is not known were exiting from a trolley car bound from New Brunswick to South Amboy at Main and Sand streets when LaMont’s car struck them.
The investigation is and to have resulted in the discovery of the fact that LeMont was passing the car on the wrong side Police stated he was traveling toward New Brunswick when he struck the girl.
It was the second incident of Its kind in Milltown in the past week and police state that only the severest measures in all cases will break the practice of passing trolley cars on the wrong side.