Chief of Orange, N. J., Hurt in Collision

Issue 8 and Volume 74.

Chief of Orange, N. J., Hurt in Collision Chief James J. McMillan, of the fire department of Orange, N. J., suffered a broken leg on August 13, when his car collided with a Clinton Avenue jitney at Clinton Avenue and Murray Street. The accident happened shortly after 10 o’clock. The driver of the chief’s car, Fireman James Andrurilo, said that when he started to cross Clinton Avenue to turn into Murray Street he estimated that the jitney was 100 feet away and thought he bad time to make the turn. He said he was going slowly, but the jitney was going more rapidly. Chief McMillan was taken to the city hospital in a passing automobile. Several of the passengers in the jitney were injured and shaken up, but there were no serious casualties. According to last accounts, Chief McMillan was doing as well as could be expected and had suffered…

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