Transport: Automobiles

The thud of broken skulls continued to be heard on U. S. city streets last week and country highways continued to resound with the crash of battered, torn and twisted metal. Removed during the week from the scene of automobile accidents in the U. S. were approximately 1,000 dead or dying persons. In Chicago, the National Safety Council was once more in convention to take stock of this appalling situation, consider what can be done, tell what is being done.

The council reported 17,200 deaths from motor accidents for the first six months...

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