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RHYL PROMENADE.

THE EARTHQUAKE.

Flintshire Quarter Sessions.

TRAGIC MOTOR ACCIDENT.

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TRAGIC MOTOR ACCIDENT. St. Asaph Lady Thrown into the Sea. A motor-car accident of a singular kind is reported to have taken place in the vicinity of Penmaenmawr, about nine o'clock on Saturday night, when two young ladies, daughters of Mrs Cliarlesworth, of St. Asaph, were returning home. The younger was steering, and the chauffeur sat beside her, whilst her sister sat behind. What happened to cause the accident is not known, but for some reason Miss Charles- worth lost control of the machine, which swerved suddenly to the left, dashed towards a narrow opening in the boundary wall, knocked part of the wall down, jumped through the gap, and came to rest within about eighteen inches of the edge of the cliff. It is stated that the younger Miss Charlesworth was thrown over the edge of the cliff, a distance of sixty feet, into the sea. The elder Miss Charlesworth was not thrown out of the car, and only sustained a severe shock. The chauffeur was thrown from his seat and fell on the rock, narrowly escaping his mistress's fate. He was badly shaken, and rendered for a time quite helpless. u

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