EDWARD M. YARRELL KILLED

EDWARD M. YARRELL KILLED

Kansas City Manager, Eureka Fire Hose Branch, Meets Death in Automobile Accident —With Company More Than Twenty Years

EDWARD M. YARRELL, manager of the Kansas City, Mo., branch of the Eureka Fire Hose Department, United States Rubber Company, was instantly killed in an unfortunate accident in that city on November 29, when the Stutz touring car which he was driving was in collision with another motor car at a street crossing.

Mr. Yarrell’s car turned over several times, finally landing in a vacant lot.

With her husband in the car at the time of the accident was Mrs. Frances Yarrell. who was thrown out, but while bruised and badly shaken up, was not severely injured.

Mr. Yarrell was well known and highly esteemed in fire department circles in his state and elsewhere. He had been connected with the Eureka organization for the past twenty years. He resided at the Densmore Hotel in Kansas City.

The Late Edw. M. Yarrell

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