Matt Wyda

(Date Unknown - July 21, 1946)

The Lusk Herald
July 25, 1946

Matt Wyda Crushed to Death In Jeep Accident

Matt Wyda, butcher at Kant's store, was crushed to death Sunday when the jeep which he had just purchased went out of control and overturned. The accident occurred one mile north of Hartville, near Sunrise.

The man was thrown from the jeep. His skull was factured and neck was broken. He was alone, and it is supposed that he died instantly.

Authorities here are trying to locate any relatives.

Mr. Wyda worked as a meat cutter four years at Hartville and came here in the spring to work for Mr. Kant. The jeep belonged to Mr. Kickenson who is away on a fishing trip.

The remains were taken to Wheatland.

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