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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – February 28, 1935

Looking down at the Honey Lake Valley from Viewland in 1937 – from an Eastman Studios photograph

Pheasant Crashes Through Windshield
February 28, 1935

George Jones has a bad cut on his forehead as the result of a pheasant crashing through the windshield of his car while he was driving near the Bantley ranch near Standish.

He stopped his car beside the road when recovered from the shock, a fluttering pheasant lay on the seat beside him. The dead bird was turned over to Carl Fisher, fish and game warden.

Jones is employed at Bud Younie’s store in Susanville.

Marshel Couso
Marshel Cousohttp://www.susanvillestuff.com
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