This Day In History: 1937-01-22
Henry Jackson of Island Road was slightly injured when he was struck by a car near the intersection of Island Road anD Valley Road. He was walking across the road carrying a bag of coke on his shoulder and said he did not see the approaching automobile because of the heavy fog. Fortunately the driver, Joseph Jenczek, of Tuxedo Park, saw Jackson and was able to slow his car enough to lessen the impact. Jackson was slightly hurt in his foot and leg, but did not require hospitalization. There was report concerning the fate of the coke bottles.