girl thrown prom horse
When she was thrown from a horse vesterday afternoon, Valerie Pope aged 12, daughter of Mr. B. pope! of Taka Street, Jakamni suffered concussion. She was admitted to the Green Lane Hospital in A a womarf employed' by the New Zealand Railways refreshment rooms suffered severe back injuries when she fell down a flight of stairs at the Auckland railway station yesterh"t she was Mrs. Veronica Kathfeen Gillian; of 9, St. George's Bay Road Parnell. She was admitted to the Auckland Hospital, but her condition to-day was not serious. As the result of a fall from a motor cycle at the corner of New North Road and Asquith Avenue, Leading Aircraftman W. E. Meikle, of 247, Balmoral Road, suffered lacerations and concussion. He was admitted to the military annexe of the Auckland Hospital and his condition to-day was satisfactory.
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ACCIDENT VICTIMS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945
ACCIDENT VICTIMS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945
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