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P:A. WELLINGTON, this day. :'. A City Corporation milk lorry, on which six boys were being given a lift to school this morning along the Houghton Bay road, left the. road when nearing the school, crashed down a steep bank and capsized I about 30ft below the road. One boy, Frank Hayward, aged -6 years, was trapped under the lorry and killed. His parents live in Buckley Road. Donald Lefentz, aged 13, Murray King, aged 12, Graham Jones, aged 7, and Dennis Edwards, aged 10, were taken to hospital with injuries, none of which is expected to prove fatal. Raymond Algar was badly shaken. The driver, Mr. Henry. Roger Eggers, is in hospital suffering from shock.

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SCHOOLBOY KILLED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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SCHOOLBOY KILLED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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