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Accident Occurred Last Night While Returning to School


WORCESTER, Oct. 23 (UP)--Joseph Duval, 69, Worcester laborer, was fatally hurt tonight on the Worcester-Boston highway when struck by an automobile in which three Harvard Medical students were returning to Cambridge from New York.

Bert Alfred Canvit, 22, of Hinbrook, New York, the driver, told police he "didn't sec the man until the car bumped against something." Douglas Farmer, 22 of Hinsdale, Illinois, and Erwood G. Edger of Toledo, Ohio, with Canvit at the time, assisted him in taking Duval to a hospital where he died soon after admission. After questioning they continued on their way.

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