Sheffield Independent – Monday 12 July 1937
Motor-Car Runs Into Procession
Four Injured In Goldthorpe Mishap
Four people received injuries when a Car driven by Horace Elvidge, 26, Barnsley road. Goldtborpe, ploughed into the rear of a procession last night.
Goldthorpe Salvation Army, led by the band, was proceeding along Barnsley road when the accident occurred. The injured are Mrs. Arthur Kaye and her four year-old son, Arthur Ernest Kaye, 75 High Street, Goldthorpe; Miss Freda Dixon, of Thorpe avenue. Goldthorpe, and Mrs. H. Swift, of Hail Street, Goldthoipe.
When the car came to a stop, Arthur Kaye’s foot was fast under the wheal, and he had received injuries to his leg and feet Mrs Kaye was hurt in the hack, and as in the cases at the other Iniured, was suffering from bruises and shock.
They were taken to their homes after being treated by Dr. J, K. Morris.
The procession was thrown into contusion, and several children who were swept to the ground narrowly escaped Injury. Barnsley road is the main road from Doncaster to Barnsley, and was brought to standstill.