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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 13, 1991, Hutchinson, Kansas Kingman teens die in accident By Gina Spade Thf Hutchinson News KINGMAN - Two Kingman were killed and a third was critically injured when their car crashed into a bridge in eastern Kingman County Saturday Fred Fisher and Sam both 19, were killed when the 1990 Ford Mustang that Fisher was driving struck a bridge one-half mile east of on old U.S. 54, a highway patrol dispatcher Robert Patton 16, was in critical condition Sunday at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita with multiple The dispatcher said the car was eastbound on old U.S. 54 when it sped past another Fisher apparently lost control of the and it hit the bridge at 8:20 p.m. All three occupants were bombers rivaled accuracy Hutchinson News May 13,1991 By Edith M. Lederer The Associated Press England achieved the same great success in hitting targets during the Gulf War as stealth warplanes getting their first major combat a U.S. Air Force commander Col. Thomas J. an pilot and wing said he had videotapes showing that the jets hit 85 percent of their targets with He said that was a conservative In late Col. Klaus deputy wing commander of the stealth said that plane had an 80 percent success rate with its smart The rate would increase to 92 percent if misses caused by bad weather or airplane and weapons malfunctions were he The figures indicate that and weapons far more accurate than conventional bombs with no guidance which also were used extensively in the Kuwait theater and Lennon said their accuracy in both wars was about 5 A U.S. Air Force report issued last month said American pilots used 7,400 tons of precision munitions deadly The figures indicated that weapons can be used as effectively by Lennon said 81 percent of the weapons used by the were Lennon painted an impressive picture of his wing's He said it dropped 4,660 weapons and destroyed 2,203 including 920 252 artillery 245 hardened aircraft 13 runways and a dozen Fifty-two other bridges were seriously he The started attacking Iraqi airfields Jan. 17, the first day of the then turned to and in the last 12 days of the he Lennon gave the first performance figures on the the latest model of the that made its debut in December 1964. 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Othman claimed that Iranians had entered Iraq to instigate rebellion and fled when the moved in. He claimed that the rebels first concentrated on killing government officials and later began killing civilians as There have been persistent reports from Iran and Shiite opposition sources that the rebellion continues with nighttime hit-and-run attacks against the Reporters on Sunday saw signs of recent fighting in the zone where they were The official Iraqi News Agency reported that state television displayed an Iranian captive confirmed Iran's involvement iin sabotage operations in several * It identified the man as Ali VV quei of the Iranian Shiite shrine city of ' The agency said the man confessed that he and several dozen comrades infiltrated into Iraq northeast of Baghdad and carried out ' It said Iran supplied the group with rocket-propelled grenades and other ' 2 girls injured in accident PARTRIDGE - Two Reno County girls are in good condition after the car they were in crashed into a tractor-trailer north of Partridge Saturday Angie 16, of and her Celia 17, of south Herren remained stable Sunday at Hutchinson Hospital after the Miss Ferguson suffered broken and Miss Yoder's injuries were not driver of the 34-year-old Terry George of was treated at the Miss Yoder was northbound on Partridge Road in an 1986 AMC Eagle when she ran the stop sign at U.S. 50, sheriffs Deputy Sheldon Stewart The semi veered to the and the car struck the semi on the driver's The semi ended up in the north ditch and dumped its load of concrete Man is arrested in burglary case A 33-year-old Hutchinson man has been arrested in connection with an aggravated burglary early Sunday Calvin 33, 111 West 9th, was arrested at 1005 North Apt. 5, after he allegedly entered the building through a according to the Hutchinson Police The resident of the Amanda L. 18, was home at the time and reported the incident to the Duke was being held in the Reno County jail on bail Sunday Women injured in accident Two women were injured Sunday afternoon in a accident near at the junction of U.S. 54 and U.S. 283 Delia 20, and Angelia 43, were taken to Minneola District Hospital with incapacitating according to the Kansas Highway The two women were among passengers in a car driven by Sergio 20, also of Okla. Cruz was southbound on U.S. 283 when he failed to yield the way to traffic traveling on U.S. 54, according to the highway The rear of Cruz's car was struck by a van driven by Douglas V. 50, of Des Peterson was traveling east on 54 when he struck another driven by Marylin L. Van 37, was driving west on U.S. 54. Ms. Van Sickle struck Peterson's car ' I The Hutchinson News SUPER 286E AT COMPATIBLE at an 640KRAM 1.2MB 51/4" 101 Kay Keyboard 8-12 MHZ Special tk Only Includes 40 MB Hard Drivel 6 1 Partial Port 41 18 Monti Warranty OW DOS 3.3 Pi SIX EAST STH 405 Campus WICHITA 2076 N. WEST STREET NEWTON Ct 254820) 662-3311 OUTSIDE 1*800-766-3311 Published dally and Sunday at 300 Watt 2nd Richard E. ' editor and publisher Department Roger editor director Kevin director Madge office manager Jim director supervisor Gregg supervisor Mary assistant managing ' Angie Focus Bob sports Rex promotion Mary state George composing ' room 241 Single ISC Mall In Vaar 1134.04. plus ' S months plus 3 months plus * 1 Mall Out of 4 months 177.52, 3 null subscriptions not accepted in carrier delivery Suggested Delivery -' ly Carrier per ' Motor per plus ' Sunday Carrier and Motor * per Including Second class postage paid at Send address changes to The Hutchinson P.O. Box 190, 47504-0190. i Subscriber You should receive your Hutchinson News before 4:30 a.m. If you don't receive it by ' call your carrier or the Circulation town Same day delivery will only be ' made In response to calls received prior to 9:00 a.m. In ' For other service our Circulation ' through 5:30 a.m. to 12 noon day and
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