Clipped From Asbury Park Press
w I O 2 c I lwf I o A ' a-W a-W a-W O O V- V- John Wynne, 1 7, of Brick Township, is treated by members of the Dover-Brick Dover-Brick Dover-Brick First Aid Squad yesterday morning after an accident in which 3 Die in Ocean Accidents Three persons died yesterday yesterday as a result of separate traffic accidents in Ocean County. Dead are Henry Reid, 57, of 762 Mantoloking Rd., Brick Township; Robert Griffith, 16, of Glen Ridge; and Dana MacFarland, 24, Philadelphia. Mr. Reid died at Point Pleasant Hospital yesterday afternoon as a result of severe abdominal injuries suffered in an accident July 1, said Walter E. Corrigan, Ocean County Medical Examiner. Brick Township police said the car Mr. Reid was driving struck a utility pole on Mantoloking road between Church road and Arbutus drive July 1. He is the 10th person to die as a result of a traffic accident in Brick Township this year. The Griffith youth was riding a bicycle when he was struck by a car on Route 35 North between Elder street and Faber Lane about 2:20 a.m. yesterday in the South Mantoloking section of Brick Township. Police said the youth had Robert Griffith, 16, of Glen Ridge, was struck while riding his bicycle on Route 35, Brick Township, and fatally injured. been staying at the home of a friend or relative. The driver, driver, John Wynne, 17, Squan Beach Drive, Brick Township, Township, was treated and released from Point Pleasant Hospital. Wynne was charged with drunken driving, police said. The Dover-Brick Dover-Brick Dover-Brick First Aid Squad responded. Dr. Corrigan said the Griffith youth, who had been pinned against a building, died from massive head injuries. Mr. MacFarland was a passenger in a car which struck a row of trees off Bob DaviionAibury Park Pres. Jackson-Hyson Jackson-Hyson Jackson-Hyson road in Jackson Jackson Township about 11:40 p.m. Sunday. Police there said the car went out of control on a curve about a quarter mile east of Cook road. Mr. MacFarland died at Paul Kimball Hospital, Lak-wood, Lak-wood, Lak-wood, early yesterday morning, morning, police said. Dr. Corrigan said he died as a result of head and neck injuries. Richard Cooke, the driver, and two passengers, Shirley Nelson and Sharon Haley, all of Philadelphia, were treated and released.