Brantford, Ont., Oct. 8-- (United Press)-- The bodies of four Nebraska tourists killed in an automobile accident here were taken to their homes in Omaha today by relatives.
The arrival of the relatives gave positive identification of the four for the first time since the automobile in which they were riding skidded and crashed into two trucks near here Wednesday. The dead were: David Slaven, Mrs. Slaven, David Jr., 11, and John Slaven. Another son of the Slavens, Stuart, five, was seriously injured, but was expected to live.
John Slaven, brother of the dead man, and his sisters, Misses Marie and Agnes Slaven, arrived here from Omaha last night to claim the bodies. The condition of Mrs. Slaven, who lived several hours after the accident, and the youth of Stuart, hindered identification of any of the victims except the two men until the relatives arrived.
Binghampton (New York) Press, October 9, 1931.