Car stunts at a fair; Volunteer operator of a speed car injured in an accident during a race at a fair in Albion, New York.
Albion New York USA Date:1931, August 27 Duration:58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Several car stunts are performed at a fair. A man drives a car with a partially rounded, open roof. He brakes the car quickly and it rolls back over front on the rounded roof rails. Next scene shows a stunt man being dragged behind a moving car at high speed, then letting go and getting up to walk away. Final stunt shows involves operator of speed cars, and one is injured in an accident during a show in Albion, New York. The referee signals and drivers race their speed cars toward each other at high speed in a game of "chicken", except that both drivers leap from their cars at the last moment and the card have a head on collision. The car drivers are Mike Felber, of Syracuse, with Ernie Fosnaugh of Chicago. Fosnaugh is injured, seemingly having tripped during his leap from the car. It leaves him badly injured after the leap out of his car. Rescue workers arrive and escort the stunt racer off the race track, in an ambulance.
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