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Dizier, James Oliver St. Dizier, and Leonida Alford St. Business in New Roads and other towns in this ancient portion of the bayou country ceased earlier in the day, when a passenger train crashed into the first car of a wedding procession and killed Coroner J.
Dizier of West Baton Rouge parish and his wife. Miss Stella Mae St. Leroy Major of New Roads.
The two were occupants of the back seat of the car driven by Dr. Hospital attendants late last night said that the two were in serious but not critical condition.
Dizier was said to have a fractured leg and possibly internal injuries, and Mrs. Major had a probable fractured leg and probable concussion or fracture of the head. Savourie of the Church of the Immaculate Conception at Lakeland, close friend of the family. Through family ties and friendship, Dr.
Dizier were closely tied to many families in the False River section. They were residents of Walls, where Mrs.
Dizier, the former Leonida Alford, had resided for her entire life. The doctor moved to the small community on the old River road 42 years ago. Dizier had been practicing in the parish for some 40 years, and was elected coroner in He was 65 years of age, his wife, Many families in the section were already crowded into the little Catholic church at Lakeland when the accident occurred.
Three cars were said to be leaving the St. This was about 9: The train was a regularly scheduled one, running about 48 miles an hour at about its usual time for passing the home, where the tracks bisect the front yard.
The vehicle was carried about paces by the impact, witnesses and officials said. A model Pontiac sedan, it was almost completely demolished.
Exact cause of the accident was unknown last night. It was thought that Dr. Dizier, pre-occupied with the wedding and his haste to arrive there punctually, failed to recall the schedule time or to observe the onrushing engine.
It was also thought that the temperature had caused him to keep windows in the car raised and thus failed to hear any warning indications. It was reported that Alford St.
Dizler, son of the doctor, and his wife were in the second car, and that Leroy Major, husband of one of those injured, was in a third car with two of his children. Dizier was dressed in a business suit and was carrying a prayer book.
Altazin [sic] was at the church, and left there to meet the procession when it failed to arrive on time.
He was stopped en route and told of the accident. Soon after the accident, word was rushed to a store at Arforth, plantation home about a mile from the scene, and then was telephoned to Mrs. John Moseley, who lives near the church. Moseley took the message to the church, and her appearance there was signal for an almost immediate clearance of all people from it.Jul 14, · Mr.
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