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July 05, 1991 - Image 15

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-05

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Parts of the car at the point of

Oak Park police officers who
reported to the scene.
Officer Guibord said Mrs.
Mogel, who was in the
driver's seat, put her car into
reverse when, according to
the driver, it started to ac-
"She (Mrs. Mogel) told me
she then put the car into
drive and then lost control,"
Officer Guibord said.
According to the police
report, Mrs. Mogel's car
jumped the parking lot curb
onto Lincoln Road, east of
Greenfield, crossed a grassy
median and jumped the curb
on the north side of Lincoln.
The car proceeded diag-
onally across the lawn in
front of 15230 Lincoln, strik-
ing a pedestrian crossing
sign, then ramming the side
of the Kollel steps.
Mrs. Mogel told Officer
Guibord she couldn't stop

"She put the car
into drive and then
lost control."

the car by braking, so she
tried to swerve into the
Kollel steps instead of hit-
ting the front of the house.
As a result, the front end of
Mrs. Mogel's car was badly
damaged and the car had to
be towed.
Both women were helped
from the car by emergency
medical technicians. Mrs.
Green, who is a resident of
Lincoln Towers, complained
of a sore right leg and chest
pains, the report said. Mrs.
Mogel also suffered chest
and back pains along with
some trouble breathing.
Both women were given ox-
ygen and taken at their re-
quest to Beaumont Hospital.
"It appears likely that the
accelerator stuck in some
fashion causing the driver to

lose control," Officer
Guibord said in her report.
"The skid marks are evident
at the rear of the parking
space where the driver went
from reverse to drive."
Herman Opatowski and
Yonason Carmen of Oak
Park were at the Kollel for
Shacharit, the morning
prayers. They said they were
inside when they heard
something crash into the
"I heard the car go across
the grass, but I didn't actu-
ally see it," Mr. Carmen
Mrs. Irons, who has lived
next door to the Kollel for 17
years, said she's used to in-
cidents on her street.
"It's an urban block," she
said. "People treat it like a
main street, but we're a
residential street."

Fresh Air Society
Slates Election

The 89th annual meeting of
the Fresh Air Society and
election of officers will take
place 3 p.m. Aug. 4 at Camp
Nominated for a first three-
year term are: Roselyn
Blanck, Nora Barron,
Leonard Newman and Ronald
Nominated for a second
three-year term are Jonathan
Haber, Pamela Opperer,
Rhoda Medow and David
Nominated for an addi-
tional three-year term are
Ellen Labes, Henry Wineman
II, Edward Lumberg and H.
James Zack.
The following officers are
nominated for a one-year
term of office: president:
Jonathan Haber; vice presi-
dent: Edward Lumberg,
Henry Wineman II;
treasurer: H. James Zack;
and secretary: Ellen Labes.
Included in the program
will be a dedication of perma-
nent endowment fund pla-
ques honoring 77 funds that
have been established over
the years to benefit children,
families and senior adults
served through the Fresh Air
Society programs. They have
been affixed to a Donor's
Court, which includes a
garden and sculptures com-
pleted by Irving Berg, the
Benard L. Maas Artist-In-
Residence. The Harry and
Lillian Komer Communica-
tions Room in the Edythe and
Harry Barnett Resource and
Communications Center and
the Harry and Lillian Komer
Fishing Dock also will be
dedicated. Presentations by
campers also will be a part of
the day's events.

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