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"UNAVOIDABLE ACCI" I DfclNiV ABERCRAYE MOTOR-CAR COLLISION. I ACTION AT NEATH COUNTY I COURT. A ciaim for damages aiising out vi a I motor-car collision at Abercrave on July 23th last was heard at "Ntdtil Cotili'y COLlrt on Wednesday, plaintiff being David Mor- g.m Evans, hc<>nsee of the New Swan Hn1pl, Ista-lyfera, and the def?ndnnt James WitUams, of the Rheola- Arms Hotel, Abel- crave. Mr. Mar! ay Samson (inst:ruded by Messrs. Gee and Hd wards, wam£a) appeared for the pJainLfr, and Mr. Trevor H.Huntc! (instructed by Mr. A. Jestyn Jeffreys) defended. Mr. Samson s;,id thai pJ:unL':H put his ca,r I is (Ill,r and driver at the disposal of a Mr. Richard Morgan, to go to Brecon. They were pro- ceeding through Abercrave when the defen- dant s car. coming apparently from the direction of the Castle Hotel, was evidently trying to rush the hill, and 011 the bend in the road defendant's car collided with the plaintiff s car. He submitted that defen- dant wa-s unable to keep to his. proper side of the road, which was 11ft. 9in. wide at the spot where the accident occurred. Owen J.'VUlliams. Ystalyfera. a private :n the A.S.C.. who" -,&id he was in the em- ployment of the plaintiff as driver in July, declared that the car was ) KNOCKED ACROSS THE ROAD luchard JJ. Morgan, colliery proprietor, Y.staiyfora; who engaged the plaintiff's car. I said he did not. see the defendant's car until it- was a few yards away. It wa-s coming at It, %,as i fenv yi,r d a, N a dangerous- speed, and the driver imme- diately applied the" brakes, and witness thought- thai the defendant's driver had lost. ijis head. For the defence, Mr. Hunter submitted that no negligence comd be attributed to the defendant, and denied that the latter s t car was tu.vell.ng at a dangerous or furious speed. Llewellyn Morgan, chauffeur, an d his employer, the defendant, denied that they were travelling at a high speed, and said that the horn was sounded several times. Corroborative evidence having been given, the Judge said he thought it was a.n unavoidable -accident, in which probably both parties w ere to b',Liiie. He, therefore, pave judgment for the defendant, each party to pay their own costs.

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