Philadelphia Mayor’s Son Hospitalized After Auto Accident
PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ The son of Mayor W. Wilson Goode, injured in a three-car collision, was in satisfactory condition at a hospital today, authorities said.
W. Wilson Goode Jr., 22, was under observation at Osteopathic Hospital for chest impact injuries suffered in the accident late Thursday, said George Hatzfeld, director of communications.
Goode was a passenger in a car that was making a left turn when it was struck by another auto and spun around and collided with a third car, police spokesman Edward Tenuto said.
Goode was hospitalized after the crash, officials said. The others were treated at Osteopathic for various neck and back injuries and released.
The accident occurred a week after the mayor was injured when his car was rammed by a car carrying his bodyguards. The mayor has been wearing a neck brace since the collision.